ANNIE BRADLEY is a multiple award winning writer/director whose international credits span film, television, music videos and commercials. She is an alumna of the Sundance Film Festival, the TIFF Talent Lab, the CFC Directors Lab, Film Fatales, Women in the Director's Chair and is a member of the DGC. Her work has screened on five continents and been featured in American Cinematographer. While developing a slate of independent film and TV projects through her company, The Heat Mansion, Annie has built an impressive resume of international directing and writing credits spanning film, TV, music videos and commercials.
Chosen as one of 5 international directors to officially observe on Season 2 of The Handmaid’s
Tale with Game of Thrones director Jeremy Podeswa, Annie's now heading into post on her short female cop thriller, Blowback (Joanne Boland, Peter Mooney) which is being developed into a feature. This spring Annie also helmed the comedic web pilot for Keeping It Together (Kate Fenton, Paloma Nunez, Rob Barker), directed multiple episodes of the Emmy Nominated Amazon series Dino Dana and has just wrapped on Cold Valley,a new limited 4 part mini-series for Discovery US.
Through her production company, The Heat Mansion, Annie is developing a slate of projects which includes: the limited crime series, Submerged, based on author Liam Dwyer’s best selling mystery novels, The Dissonance, a sci-fi series co-created with writer Svet Roskov (The Colony) , Ir-Reverend a half hour comedy series which placed in Screencraft’s 2015 Pilot Contest and was in the top ten for the 2015 JFL Comedy PRO Sitcom Pitch and the TV movie, The Cowboy Singer, based on the novel by Paula Tiberius. Her features include The WBI, (the Women’sBureau of Information) a raucous female ensemble comedy feature, which was a finalist at the 2012 Telefilm PitchTHIS , won Best Reserve Screenplay at the 2014 Female Eye Film Festival and was a Top ten finalist in the HGF 2015 CFF, Blowback, a gritty thriller about a female cop and Barracuda, a gothic western set in Iceland.
Annie’s work has been featured in American Cinematographer and she is well known for her diversity casting and comedic sensibilities. In 2017 Annie was awarded the Cayle Chernin Award for production for Blowback.