~The People's Filmmaker~ Writer. Director. Activist. Editor. Preserver of Culture. Photographer. People Enthusiast.
Brittany B.Monét Fennell graduated from Spelman College with a B.A. in English. She hails from Silver Spring, Maryland. Currently, she is a thesis graduate student at New York University majoring in Film and Television. Her concentration is writing and directing. In her films, she poses questions about identity, society, race, and culture. It is vital to her that under-represented people are shown in film, media, and television.
Recently, she was granted the Graduate Film Department Fellowship (2014-2015) and "Strings Attached" a short film she associate produced has been accepted to Cannes Court Metrage, LA Shorts Film Festival, and Urban World presented by BET.
Her short film Q.U.E.E.N. has screened at many festivals including Maryland, Sarasota, Cucalorus Film Festival and premiered on Magic Johnson's channel ASPiRE. Additionally, her short has won Silver Whiskers Award and the Golden Whiskers Awards at Indie Works, Best Film at the Black Women Film Network, Student Film Winner and the First Recipient of the Donna Joyner Green Student Film Award at the NC Black Film Festival.
B.Monét is in post production for a documentary about the #BlackLivesMatter movement with Dr. Cornel West, developing Q.U.E.E.N. into a feature film and working on a short film for the Bureau of Creative Works which will be released on VHX in the coming year.