Louisa Brown

. Posted in Profile

Born and raised in London, Louisa has lived and worked in New York City for over 20 years and has been screenwriting for over 10 years. She assisted Seth Zie Rosenfeld (The Get Down, How to Make it in America) during his tenure at Columbia University teaching the graduate screenwriting course where she first got the screenwriting bug. Since then she has written, co-written and shot a number of feature length screenplays, pilots and short films. She worked on Kate Cortesi’s short film Lazarus, Joseph Grant’s feature Legendary and is currently working on two projects of her own (Car Mom, and Otis Food and Friends) and is a teaching artist for an intensive film program with Manhattan Youth Project.

In addition she has worked in broadcast production with Ed Burns, Vincent Rubino, and Wild Ocean Films, TV production for Naomi Juddʼs show, Naomiʼs New Morning and film production with leading documentarian, Michelle DaCosta for The Prince of Hip Hop. She has worked as an international reporter for a UK based magazine, 101 and for Ellen Barkin as a junior assistant. In addition, Louisa featured in Christy Turlingtonʼs documentary, No woman No Cry and has created and produced various video blogs for Real Savvy Moms, an award winning PBS TV show turned internet series. Louisa joined BLFC in the Fall of 2017 and quickly took advantage of the opportunities the BLFC has to offer. BLFC has hosted a fundraiser to kick start her project Car Mom and now she has raised enough money to start shooting her series. Keep a look out for Louisa Brown’s Car Mom, which will debut on Amazon. 

Stay Informed!

Terms and Conditions

Become a Member

Our coalition has strengthened and created more opportunities for independent writers, directors and producers than ever before. BLFC helps its members build the best business models to bring their films and TV programs to market.

Resources

BLFC members have access to investors, networks and content buyers. Our new Resource Center is now the home to one of most extensive libraries for independent film makers.