Written and directed by Anna, the film is currently looking for funding with an aim to start shooting in early 2017.
Last year Anna directed the indie mockumentary Happy Yummy Chicken and is very excited that it will be premiering at the Hoboken International Film Festival in June. Click here for an interview with the writer and producer of the film, Brandon Monokian.
This week Anna had an incredible time working as a teaching artist for Colt Coeur’s 6th Annual Education Initiative, a free week long workshop for 11-15 year olds living in Brooklyn.
For the last month, Anna has been back in England celebrating her wedding. (She and her husband were officially married at Manhattan City Hall in 2014 but this November the two finally had the chance to celebrate with all their friends and family in a slightly more traditional setting!) Anna is now back in New YorkContinue reading “The English Wedding”
Directed by Anna Loyd Bradshaw and starring Taryn Manning (Hustle & Flow, Orange is the New Black), Diane Guerrero (Jane the Virgin, Orange is the New Black), Suzzanne Douglas (How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Lifetime’s Whitney) and Emma Myles (Orange is the New Black), Happy Yummy Chicken is a mockumentary about two men makingContinue reading “Happy Yummy Chicken trailer released”
Last night a new piece of Anna’s, Growing Up with Miss Elizabeth, was read for the first time, to a full house, at Fair Folks and a Goat in Greenwich Village. Anna was also happy to have been asked to direct another reading of May Flowers which also featured yesterday evening along with two other new plays byContinue reading “Seen on a Bench”
This week Anna was at The Manhattan Repertory Theatre directing God is a Ford Man, a new short play by Kentucky based writer Phil Paradis. Anna had a lot of fun on the piece working with Armand Eisen, a classically trained Shakespearian actor who has studied in England (which, for Anna, is always a bonus!)
Last month Anna was very happy to be collaborating remotely with a wonderful group of Oxfordshire (UK) based artists on Project Pluto. Anna’s brother, Matt Bradshaw, a musician, physicist and all round creative maverick, put together this nine minute long creative collaboration as a tribute to Pluto’s former ninth-planet status. Have a listen… ideally in the dark.Continue reading “Project Pluto”
Last month Anna was working with Ruddy Productions on their second annual New Works Festival where she was featured as both a writer and a director. Anna directed a piece called May Flowers by Darby Hannon and her own new work, The Butterfly in the Bathtub, was directed by Courtney Wetzel.