brazen/ˈbreiz(ə)n/verb: endure an embarrassing or difficult situation by behaving with apparent confidence and lack of shame.
Brazen Productions was formed in 2017 by producer Jules Hussey in order to develop projects with and about adults with learning disabilities and to collaborate with neurodivergent creatives. Grounded in Jules’ own lived experience and her ongoing support of an older sibling with learning disabilities.
Brazen works with a diverse talent base in development and production – in front of and behind the camera.
Brazen projects are bold, challenging, often funny and always inclusive.
In the first 18 months of operation Brazen Productions hosted a successful table read for Sky drama and continued her collaboration with The Orpheus Centre by producing The Making of Orpheus the Mythical.
2019 saw the company option three publications and complete the pilot ‘Prodigirl’ with writer and comedian Ria Lina.
Brazen’s most recent production is ‘Alf’ a documentary to mark the 50th anniversary of the first parliamentary act to protect the rights of disabled people.They were premiered as part of the Manchester Histories digifest.
Brazen has a wide range of projects in development working with under represented collaborators on and off screen.
Brazen productions is unable to respond to unsolicited scripts.
However we do want to hear from new voices, diverse talent and about bold ideas.
If you have an idea please send it in a very brief email so that we can respond as quickly (and as honestly) as we can.