Third Person Omniscient Productions is located in Prince George's County, Maryland, which is a suburb of the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. Because Prince George's County, Maryland is the most affluent predominately Black county in the United States of America, it is the prime location from which to tell diverse stories that have a different perspective from the run-of-the-mill entertainment.
Who Are We?
Joy Cheriel Brown has studied screenwriting since 1991. She has an MFA from National University for Creative Writing, with a concentration in Screenwriting, and a Bachelors of Arts from Howard University, where she studied Film and English and graduated summa cum laude. In 2003 she received a Paul Robeson Award for Best Feature-Length Screenplay from Howard University, and placed in the semifinals of the BlueCat Screenwriting Competition in 2008. In 2012, Joy was a finalist in the One in Ten Screenplay Contest and a semfinalist finalist in The Great Gay Screenplay Contest in 2013, placing amongst the top ten in both competitions. Between 2014 and 2017, several of Joy's screenplays were official selections in the Women in Film and Video Spotlight on Screenwriters Catalogue.
She also wrote, produced, and directed the short film, Figment, in 2004, and was the writer and one of the producers for the short film, One Chance, which premiered at the Bowie Performing Arts Center in 2011. Currently, Joy's short film, N.O.S., is in post-production.
Joy also offers screenwriting coaching.
Third Person Omniscient Productions