Russell Brown Bio, Net Worth, Age, Career, Family
American filmmaker and director, Russell Brown was born in Los Angeles, Californian in the United States of America.
Brown studied at the University of Southern California (USC), where he earned a BS in Critical Studies in 1997 and graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Brown worked as a Mandalay Entertainment Group intern while attending USC. He has worked as a creative executive at Paramount Pictures’ Saturday Night Live Studios and Columbia Pictures’ Laura Ziskin Productions.
Russell Brown Biography
Russell Brown is a filmmaker from Los Angeles, California. He is known for writing and directing the films Loren & Rose (2021), The 44 Scarves of Liza Minnelli (2019), Search Engines (2016), Annie and the Gypsy (2012), The Blue Tooth Virgin (2008), and Race You to the Bottom (2005). Brown has also directed a number of documentaries and short films.
Russell Brown Nationality
Brown was born in Los Angeles, California in the United States of America. He is an American.
Russell Brown Age
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Russell Brown Education
Brown attended the University of Southern California (USC) where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1997 with a BA in Critical Studies.
Russell Brown Career
The most recent movie directed by Russell Brown, Loren & Rose, starred Jacqueline Bisset, Kelly Blatz, Gia Carides, Erin Cahill, and Paul Sand. It will debut during a festival in the spring of 2022.
The 44 Scarves of Liza Minnelli, a brief conceptual documentary, and Above the Arroyo: A Dream of the Stairs of Los Angeles, a feature-length art project with a live performance component, both made their debuts in 2019.
The Kaleidoscope Man at the Market, a mid-length documentary, had its festival premiere at the 21st Dances with Films in June 2018. Since then, it has screened at over 50 festivals and won 10 prizes across a range of categories.
A large ensemble cast, including Joely Fisher, Connie Stevens, Daphne Zuniga, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Barry Watson, and Michelle Hurd, appeared in his fourth narrative film, Search Engines.
It had its world premiere at Cinequest and has since screened at over 90 festivals domestically and abroad, winning over 25 accolades in categories including acting, directing, and writing as well as audience honors and best picture nominations. In October 2016, it was made available in theaters.
The Seattle Film Festival hosted the world premiere of Cybill Shepherd’s Cybill Brown’s third full-length motion picture, Annie and the Gypsy, in June 2012. In the spring of 2013, Osiris Entertainment distributed the movie.
His second narrative movie, The Blue Tooth Virgin, was theatrically released in the United States in September 2009 by Regent Releasing. It received numerous festival honors as well as the Special Jury Award for New American Cinema at the Seattle International Film Festival.
In March 2007, Here Films released Race You to the Bottom in theaters around the country. The movie was screened at film festivals all around the world and won the best actress prize at Outfest.
Karen Black: On Acting, a master class lecture with the legendary actress, was directed by Brown. The movie debuted on television in August 2014 on PBS stations and has since played at film festivals all across the nation. First Light Video is responsible for distribution.
Also, he has produced a number of well-liked short films that have had a lot of festival exposure.
The 2014 one-man chamber play Talk with a Cigarette, featuring renowned British actor Ian Hart, is about a man fighting his biggest foe: A Cigarette. It made its debut at the famous Palm Springs Shortsfest and has since played at over 45 festivals, winning writing and audience awards.
The Tribeca Film Festival served as the world debut for the 2003 movie Mama Laura’s Boys, which was about the oldest blues club in Los Angeles and shown on PBS.
Based on writings by renowned poet Mark Halliday, Reality USA (2004), an examination of America’s emotional and physical terrain, also had its world debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The 2012 film Everyone Who Hears This Tale Gets Laid, starring renowned performance artist Philip Littell, had its world debut at Outfest and visited several LGBT venues.
Russell is a Fellow of Cinema Independent Production and a member of the Writers Guild of America. His films are preserved in the UCLA Film and Television Archive’s library.
He invests a lot of time on charitable activities as well. He is the founder and board chair of Friends of Residential Treasures: Los Angeles (FORT: LA), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen civic identity and community cohesion among Los Angeles County residents by advancing scholarship and fostering greater public awareness of our architecturally significant residential properties.
As a licensed animal therapist with Love On 4 Paws, he formerly supported patients in hospitals all throughout Los Angeles. He also received recognition from the City of Los Angeles for his work with the Boys and Girls Club of Venice.
He graduated with honors from the film program at the University of Southern California in 1998 and had creative executive jobs with Laura Ziskin Productions at Columbia Pictures and Saturday Night Live Studios at Paramount Pictures. He is a Phi Beta Kappa. Russell is a triathlete, long-distance runner, and swimmer.
Russell Brown Wife
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Russell Brown Children
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Russell Brown Net Worth
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