Milana Edwards Brooks - Open Pitch Session

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Particularly Interested in

I'm particularly interested in pilots that are socially relevant and drama bending pieces that could be on premium television. The next version of I MAY DESTROY YOU, preferably female driven.

Seeking / Open To
Female Writers
Writers of Color
Writers of LGBTQIA+ Community
Feature Genres
Drama
Comedy
Thriller
Budget Range
All Budget Ranges
TV Formats
Half-Hour Pilots (single-cam)
One-Hour Pilots
Limited Series
TV Homes
Cable
Premium Cable
Streaming
TV Genres
Drama
Comedy
Thriller
Sub-Genres
Coming-of-Age
Crime/True Crime
Dark Comedy
Female-Driven
Latinx
LGBTQIA+
Political
Psychological
Revenge
Socially Relevant
Specifically Not Interested In

Anything broadcast or network feeling. 

More about Milana Edwards Brooks

Milana Edwards Brooks was born and raised in southeast San Diego. As a first-generation college graduate, Milana places a lot of personal emphasis on equality in education. While pursuing her BA in English from Georgetown University, Milana worked with education activist organizations which led her to join the Teach For America (TFA), Washington DC corps where she taught at-risk students. She transitioned into the film industry in 2017 when she was accepted in the Peter Stark Producing Program at USC ('19) and produced her first short film Hoop Dreamin’ which was accepted into multiple film festivals including Pan African Film Festival and the Forbes Thirty Under 30 festival and secured airline distribution. In the last 3 years, Milana has produced 5 short films.Her most recent project NATIVES was recently accepted into the San Francisco Black Film Festival and the Official Latino FIlm and Arts Festival. She is a 2020 Film Independent Producing Lab fellow and is in development on her first feature film.

As a writer and producer, she seeks to create content for and by women of color. Her long-term aspiration is to own a production company dedicated to traditional and new-media that provides storytellers with a platform to tell their own authentic truths. Milana is a recipient of Frank Volpe Endowed Scholarship, the Stark Special Production Grant and is a T. Howard Alumni.

How it Works
  • Immediately after registering, you will receive an Order Confirmation email that serves as the receipt for your registration. In the Order Summary section of this email, you will find a link reading "CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS" that will take you to instructions on how to submit your contact info or written pitch via the Material Submission Form.

  • Your material/contact submission is due as soon as you are ready, but no later than 9:00am PT the day of the session.

  • You will receive this exec's written feedback on your pitch via email within 7 to 8 business days following the session unless otherwise notified.

  • Need some general guidelines on pitching? Check out our Hitchhiker's Guide to Pitching!

Cancellation Policy

You may cancel for a full refund up to 72 hrs. prior to the start of the session. Cancellations requested after this deadline will be ineligible for refunds.

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