Director/producer based between NYC and the South. Experienced in full scale production including as LP and post supervisor. Currently focused on directing + creative producing opportunities.
Bonnie Blue Edwards is an award-winning filmmaker based between Brooklyn & the South. She started as a producer on The New York Times rave-review play Helen & Edgar; a collaboration with the originators of NPR storytelling juggernaut The Moth. She's since been part of the producing team on five stage performances, eight feature films, two live broadcast television events, dozens of commercials, and even an award-winning web-series. Edwards also directed and produced the short documentary Out In Alabama which featured Academy Award-winning filmmaker Cynthia Wade as consultant, and served as a conversation piece during the movement for marriage equality. Edwards has been a creative producer spearheading campaign shoots for Tony-winning Broadway shows, tech conglomerates, and renowned art institutions. Her current project, Death of a Drag Queen, was selected for Gotham Week 2022.
Edwards was born in Florida, raised in Alabama, studied and explored in Seattle and Italy, and now can be found either in her cozy Brooklyn apartment or the mountains of Tennessee.