Brandon Towns is an independent film and video producer from the Midwest. His work explores a whimsical spectrum of cinema from a black perspective. He received his Bachelor of Science in advertising with a minor in photography in 2020 from Bradley University.
He is the first Bradley University student to be the recipient of the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program Fellowship (MAIP) in 2019. He was also one of three recipients of the Sundance Institute's Roger Ebert Fellowship for Film Criticism in 2018.
Brandon is currently working as a freelance producer and photographer in the New York City area.
Black History Exhibition
Swimming with Sharks Presented by Our House Entertainment
Year in (Re)view
All-City Senior Art Exhibition
Official Selection at Shockfest Film Festival
Chicago Art Department Artist Residency
Swarm Virtual Artist Residency
Outstanding Student in Photography at Bradley Unniversity
Multicultural Advertising Intern Program Fellowship
Official Selection at Centrally Isolated Film Festival
2nd Place Big Picture Film Fest 2018
Roger Ebert Fellow
Winner of (BUBAA) Creative Student Contest
Official Selection at Cardiff International Film Festival
Finalist in 11th Annual Global Mixx Music and Film Forum
Everyday Hero Grant Presented by HBO + Sesame Street
Official Selection in All American High School Film Fest
Best Student Short Film Presented by Little Mexico Film Fest
Roger Ebert I Think I Made a Bad Movie
Roger Ebert Why I Keep Making Movies
verge.fm/Wexner Center for the Arts, 2021 Artist Features, BLKBRD: All Day Blackness Exclusive Virtual Event on verge.fm
Roger Ebert Ebert Fellows Announced for Sundance 2018
Inpoints PROject US Extras: Music Videos
CPL Foundation From YOUmedia to HBO: The Story of Brandon Towns
Mindworks Chicago Library Provides Example of High-tech and High Touch. Is L.A. Ready for This?
I Make Movies, So Yeah
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