Patrice D. Bowman
Patrice D. Bowman is an award-winning filmmaker, editor, and colorist with over six years of experience. She is the owner of the production and post-production company Bowman Pictures. She received a B.A. in Film and Media Studies from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Currently, she’s submitting her new experimental short film, Under the Sun After the Wind, to a variety of high-profile film festivals. Her first short film, Lean on Him, won the Howard R. Lamar Prize Film & Video at Yale University at 2015. Her next short film, Saturday Grace, was selected for the Academy Award-qualifying Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series and won awards for directing, editing, and cinematography at other festivals. She is now in pre-production for a proof-of-concept horror short, Father’s Shadow. Her color grading work can be seen in a variety of places, from PBS Reel South to Facebook's branded content. She also edits a wide range of projects, from independent shorts to music videos for artists at major labels, like Roc Nation. Previously, Patrice worked at Vice Media, Harbor Picture Company, and McGee Media. She was born in Columbus, Ohio and currently lives in New York City.
Patrice D. Bowman is in pre-production for a proof-of-concept (a short film that showcases what the feature film will be like) horror film, Father’s Shadow. Logline: After the violent death of her father, a little girl and her friends must struggle against a dark force that preys on grieving people in their neighborhood. This project needs: readers for the short and feature-length scripts, producers, and, eventually, funding.Report a broken link