Kimberley Browning is a veteran filmmaker and film festival professional. She has served on festival programming teams for Tribeca Film Festival, Catalyst Content Festival, LA Film Festival, and Guadalajara International Film Festival—Los Angeles. She has contributed her curation expertise to Los Angeles’ historic Ford Theatre, Tarfest at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as the Broad Stage. Kimberley has extensive experience navigating feature and short films through the festival circuit in the US and internationally, as well as facilitating both traditional, specialty theatrical and DIY distribution strategies and audience building for indie films. She oversaw festival strategy and exhibition management for the HBOACCESS® Directing Fellowship’s productions. And she crafted festival and distribution strategy for Tribeca’s AT&T UNTOLD STORIES million dollar feature grant program. Kimberley’s own film credits include Being Michelle (GoodDocs), Uprooted: The Journey of Jazz Dance (HBO Max), Earbuds (Comedy Dynamics), All Hallow’s Eve 2 (Roku), and Archie’s Final Project (Netflix).