Howard Braunstein from Howard Braunstein Films, Ltd., is a two-time EMMY AWARD nominee, and received his bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies at UCLA and his Master’s Degree from the USC Annenberg School for Communication.
He has produced over 130 television films and six mini-series for the television. His first feature film credit is THE INFORMANT! staring Matt Damon and released by Warner Bros. Pictures. Recent projects that Howard has been involved with include the television series WILL for TNT, which is about the early life of William Shakespeare; the one hour series THE CLIENT LIST, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, for Lifetime Television; CERTAIN PREY, based on the best-selling series of crime novels by author John Sandford, starring Mark Harmon for USA Network; SIMONE BILES: COURAGE TO SOAR and THE MEMORY KEEPER’S DAUGHTER, both for Lifetime Television, the later being EMMY nominated for outstanding movie-for-television; the multiple EMMY-nominated ELVIS, a CBS Television mini-series event starring Golden Globe winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the title role of the legendary King of Rock & Roll; FIRST DO NO HARM starring Meryl Steep for ABC Television; THE ROSA PARKS STORY, a winner of the NAACP Image Award for outstanding television movie, featuring Angela Bassett in the title role; and THE BROOKE ELLISON STORY, directed by the late Christopher Reeve, all for A&E Television Network.