Kendra Brown is a 20 year old filmmaker from Harlem, NY. She is a junior at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she is studying Film & TV. Kendra’s works are often set in Uptown New York (Harlem and The Bronx), which provide the backdrop for themes of familial relationships, childhood, and community. She views filmmaking as a way to represent and humanize the experiences of Black people. Showing the raw emotions behind the difficult realities Black people face, as well as providing the space for audiences to re-imagine liberation.
Kendra was a fellow at Vice & NYU Production Lab. And is currently interning with the Emma Bowen Fellowship at WNET.