Meet Noel Braham
Award-winning filmmaker and actor, Noel Braham, grew up in Atlanta, Georgia where he attended Georgia State University, majoring in Speech Communication and Film/Video production.
His passion to create worlds of comedy, science fiction, and drama led him to his first project, The Side Chick, which was screened and awarded at several international web festivals winning for best comedy, actor, and cast. His sophomore project, The Millennial, which follows an amateur boxer who reflects on his past before entering his first fight. Won a prestigious Telly Award for short form media and will campaign for the Primetime Emmys this summer in the short format category.
You can find more of his work, Star Wars Exile on StarWars.com where it won best VFX and choreography in the Disney/Lucas fan film awards.
His most recent accomplishments include his role as founder and co-director of the Micheaux Film Festival- a multi-cultural film festival that showcases diverse representation both in front of and behind the camera. His team was able to install a successful event which attracted over 200 attendees and was held at Regal Cinemas LA Live: A Barco Innovation Center, one of the most technologically advanced theaters in the country.
Noel currently serves as a judge for the Daytime Emmy awards as an active member of the National Television Academy. In addition to judging Noel and his company were nominated for two Daytime Emmy awards for Outstanding Special Class – Directing: Noel Braham and Outstanding Special Class: Short Format Programming for their work on Watchtower. In addition to the Emmy nominations, Watchtower will also appear at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival Short Corner in the South of France.