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's new George R.R. Martin show, "Nightflyers."



Dana's hour long sci-fi pilot script, "Solis," was a BlueCat Screenplay Competition Quarterfinalist,  Austin Film Festival Second Rounder, and Final Draft Big Break Competition Quarterfinalist, 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