Mission: To obtain a Juris Doctorate degree in the area of entertainment law and to produce and finance feature films.
Christopher C. Brown is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University. He has worked for such production companies as Indigent, Fallen Films, Mpower Pictures, Big Sky Motion Pictures, Lifetime, BBC, Fox, River Sig, Off-Hollywood, and New Orleans Video Access Center. Christopher was a volunteer for the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and produced the 2008 New Orleans 48-Hour Film Competition. He has gained further industry experience and exposure, producing in a variety of capacities on several short films which include “The Price of Flowers”, "Terrebonne", “holding his rabbits”, "Madchen", and "Subsidence", which have played at such international film festivals as Cinequest, Vancouver, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Starz Denver, Raindance, Bend, Flyway, Sidewalk, Tacoma, Savannah, Toronto Inside Out, Sarasota, Santa Fe, Indie Memphis, Third Street, Oxford, Topanga, San Francisco Black, and New Orleans Film Festivals. Christopher currently serves the public of St. Bernard Parish as an employee of the St. Bernard Parish Office of Film and Television and he also volunteers as a member of the New Orleans Film Society & Film Festival Advisory Board. He is currently enrolled in the evening program at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law where he's a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and Intellectual Property Law Society and plans on focusing on these areas of law. Christopher hopes to become a legal counsel for studios, films, actors, directors, cinematographers, and writers, concentrating on financing and funding for talented rising stars in the film industry.