Film Mentors: Press/Bloggers - Brandon Harris
Brandon Harris has worked in the world of American Independent Film as a
critic and programmer, a producer and director, a screenwriter and educator.
A graduate of SUNY Purchase, his writings about cinema, politics and the
intersection of the two have appeared primarily in Filmmaker Magazine,
where he is a Contributing Editor, along with Variety, N+1, indieWIRE,
Hammer to Nail, In These Times, Moving Pictures, Moviemaker and UCLA
Films he has produced or directed have screened at the Sundance,
Slamdance and Tribeca film festivals among dozens around the world. He’s
currently at work producing new films by Malcolm Murray (Bad Posture)
and his Hammer to Nail colleague Nelson Kim. He has previously been a
member of the National Board of Review and the programming director at
the Cincinnati Film Festival. He resides in Brooklyn New York. Redlegs, his
feature film directorial debut, opened theatrically earlier in the year to rave
reviews; it is a New York Times critic’s pick.