Peter Cameron has become a go-to guy for Marvel Studios. Cameron served as a writer on WandaVision, Moon Knight, Werewolf By Night and is currently in the writer’s room for Agatha: Coven of Chaos. Though he’s certainly not turning his back on his writing days, Cameron has begun to expand his footprint, recently serving as the executive producer on the disaster movie Doomed and will now add another project to his resume.
Cameron will next serve as executive producer on the Indie horror short, Hunger, created by Junayed Alavi, which will be screened at the First Cut Youth film festival in Ireland and at Lift-Off Global Network festival. Alavi provided Murphy’s Multiverse with details on his background and his new short, Hunger.
Junayed Alavi is a 24 years old Independent filmmaker from West Bengal, India. Previously, he has written, directed and produced many short films. He is also a podcast host of Bengal’s only live Hollywood podcast show called “Late Night Show with Alavi”, where Hollywood A-listers join and share their journey to inspire the next generation of artists. Till now, many hollywood celebs like Avengers Endgame actress Lexi Rabe, Back to the future actor Jeffrey Weissman, Narnia and The Martian Music Composer Harry Gregson-Williams, Wrong Turn Director Rob Schmidt, Director of Disney’s Black Beauty Ashley Avis, Oscar nominated Make-up Artist of Dune, Blade Runner 2049, Spider-Man: Far From Home Donald Mowat and many more. Junayed met Peter on a podcast episode. They were in touch since 2021. Peter liked one of his short films Eventually. Junayed planned a short film after watching Marvel Studios’ Werewolf by Night, directed by Michael Giacchino, co-written by Peter. After watching some glimpses of Junayed’s short film Hunger, Peter wished to executive produce it. Hunger is a fictional horror story based on The great Bengal famine of 1770.
Cameron also worked as a writer on Carnival Row and has continued to show a penchant for combining classic horror elements with more modern sensibilties.