Annie Bradford is a proud Michigander. She attended Interlochen Arts Academy, where she majored in creative writing. In 2012, she received her BFA in Theatre Acting from the Hartt School, and was a Fulbright Finalist (designated alternate) to the Philippines. In 2013, her first play premiered in NYC at the Cabrini Rep Theatre, which she also directed. Her first short film is The White Slippers, and she has two feature-length films in pre-production. One is a documentary about the U.S. Women's Rowing team, and the other is about the resurrection of Detroit. She was awarded a Gold Level Screenwriting Award from the California Film Awards, was a 2013 Sundance Screenwriter's Lab finalist, and a 2012/2013 Sundance/Sloan Commissioning and Fellowship Grant Finalist. She's currently working on several short documentaries and experimental shorts. You can view her production company website, along with her current projects at, www.aretestandardfilms.com.