Talent Guide

Brian Davis

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Documentary Lab 2011


Brian Davis is an award-winning director and editor from central Virginia. With a M.F.A in Film Production from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, he has produced works that have aired on MTV, The Documentary Channel and PBS, as well as screened at prestigious film festivals including Slamdance, Seattle and Gen Art film festivals. In 2008, he was awarded the Student Academy Award in the Documentary Category by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for his film, If A Body Meet a Body, and was named one of Coca-Cola’s Refreshing Filmmakers Finalists.

In addition to following people around with a camera and documenting their every move, Davis has filmed professional skateboarding, and is a contributing writer to several skateboard publications.

Current Project



Sick Mick and The Boys tells the story of the Charlton brothers in their pursuit to break the motorcycle land speed record. Once estranged by prison, drugs and unemployment, the four brothers band together to build a jet-powered motorcycle in their Cleveland garage.