Harold L. Brown

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About Me

Edmonton, AB
Canada
64 years old
Member Since: July 13, 2007
Birthday: September 6, 1952
Occupation: Writer, Producer
My Bio
Harold L. Brown has written the multi-award winning conspiracy thriller "The Invisible Messenger" and award winning comedy "Matt and the Garden of Eva". During 2007-09 Harold has been in overdrive. In 2009 he completed a biracial feature screenplay “Hope is Not a Black and White Rainbow” which is an Official Selection at the 2010 Las Vegas International Film Festival; and a comedy “The Joy Stik” which is an Official Selection at the 2010 Honolulu International Film Festival. He also penned the original drama feature screenplay, “A Criminal Action” and an original family feature screenplay “White Water” for an LA Producer. “A Criminal Action” was selected as one of the top 20% of all screenplays for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 2007 Nichols Fellowship and placed in the top 10% of the 2007 Screenwriting Expo submissions. Harold's thriller “Dead Sober for Jewels” was a 2008 Slamdance Screenwriting Competition semifinalist and “Destiny, Tar and Feathers” a 2008 Slamdance Screenwriting Competition quarterfinalist. 2010 promises to be another busy year as he is currently writing his first action/adventure screenplay and developing his first fictional novel. He is an emerging producer and founder of Storychaser Studios Inc. and the recipient of the Gerri Cook Memorial Award for Most Promising Producer. Harold has been recognized nationally and internationally for his writing talents, and began his screenwriting journey in 2000. He has appeared in more than fifteen commercials, industrial films, Made for TV Movies and series, and feature films. In addition to receiving numerous degrees, Harold's life long learning include studies in international security and defense and cyberspace technology.
Why are you supporting The 1 Second Film project?
I like the goal aspired for.

Storychaser's Perfect Moment

If you had to choose a 'perfect moment' from your life to make into a one-second film, what would it be?

The one second before I die. Hopefully it is with a smile appreciating that I have not left anything undone, not a look of regret.

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Comments

Sun, 09/09/2007 - 9:53am

hallo Harold,
thanks for adding us..!
Marco

Sat, 09/08/2007 - 10:25am

Hey Harold! That's cool to see you building up your crew. It's nice to see your face on other profiles. The moe we all start to build connections, the stronger this collaboration really becomes. cheers,
n

Sun, 08/05/2007 - 4:48pm

Hi Harold- thanks for your support! I did a radio interview recently, and the reporter mentioned your perfect moment on air as an example of some of the thoughtful moments our producers are sharing. I think we can all relate to that thought. Did you see Kiefer Sutherland's video? he shares a pretty similar moment.

Thu, 08/23/2007 - 11:20pm

Hi Nirvan,

Thanks for sharing this with me. I have been quite busy working on a screenplay, but did take a moment recently to view Kiefer's comments. He's a fellow Canadian, and fantastic actor and I hope he is able to help you garner the support needed.

If there's anything I can do to help, let me know.

Cheers,

Harold

Tue, 08/28/2007 - 11:28am

Cool, good luck on your screenplay! Kiefer's support has really helped, as has yours. It all adds up to make something much bigger than we could on our own.

There are lots of little things you can do to help. Please spread the word to friend's and family and let them know how to get involved.

Visit www.roadtooprah.com/telloprah and let Oprah know about our project and 5 Phase Plan.

Add other producers to your crew, and participate in our community. Continue to contribute what you can by way of thoughts and ideas.

If you feel real motivated, upload a video about The 1 Second Film, your perfect moment, etc. and post it on our YouTube group.

Just some ideas :)

best,
n