Dana Brawer is an award winning filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Dana has worked at Paramount Pictures, FremantleMedia, MTV, The Colbert Report, and Netflix and currently works as a director, writer, and editor. She is presently the writers' assistant for SYFY/Netflix's new George R.R. Martin show, "Nightflyers."



  • Dana's hour long sci-fi pilot script, "Solis," was a BlueCat Screenplay Competition Semifinalist,  Austin Film Festival Second Rounder, and Final Draft Big Break Competition Top 5 Finalist, 2017
  • Dana's feature length script "Legendary" (co-written with Sean Lee) won an Honorable Mention in The Tracking Board's Feature Competition, 2017
  • Dana's short films What Dreams Mae Come and STEM and the City were winners two years in a row for the B~STEM Hall of Fame Films Competition, 2016 & 2017
  • Dana Brawer won 'Best Editor' in The Monthly Film Festival for her work on Sweet Hollow, 2016
  • The Red Card was nominated for Best Short Film in the Female Eye Film Festival, 2015
  • The Red Card won an Award of Merit in the IndieFEST Film Awards, 2015
  • The Red Card won an Award of Merit - Special Mention in Best Shorts Competition, 2015
  • The Red Card won a Platinum Remi Award in Worldfest-Houston, 2015
  • Lullaby premiered as a finalist in the Catskill Mountains Film Festival, 2014
  • Short musical Hold Me Tight was selected for a NYU Showcase of exemplary work, 2012
  • Short documentary Howard's Hops was an official selection of the Los Angeles Film Festival, 2010