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Breanna Taylor is a Milwaukee-based interdisciplinary artist and executive assistant for Black Arts MKE. She's passionate about dance, film, content creation, and writing, specializing in film impact work and production. Breanna is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and New York University with a B.A. in Afro-American Studies with an arts emphasis and a Masters in Performance Studies. In 2020, she co-designed Langston League's HBO ‘Lovecraft Country’ Unofficial Syllabus as well as the 2021 Companion Guide for Nia DaCosta’s ‘Candyman,’ which was in collaboration with Jordan Peele's MonkeyPaw Productions and NBCUniversal.

She also co-wrote the curriculum for the Emmy Award-Winning Documentary ‘When Claude Got Shot.’ Breanna's recent work includes co-writing a reparations toolkit and discussion guide for Colorfarm's documentary, ‘The Big Payback,’ and the discussion guide for Netflix's ‘African Queens: Njinga.’ To stay true to her love for horror, she wrote the curriculum for ‘The Angry Black Girl and her Monster,’ which was screened during the 2023 Milwaukee Film Festival. Most recently, Breanna served as the associate producer and curriculum coordinator for the short film documentary, 'Black Strings' directed by Milwaukee filmmaker Marquise Mays. She has previously served as the film co-facilitator for the Black Lens' youth program, 'Souls of Young Folks.’ She is part of the 3rd cohort for Milwaukee Film's ‘Focus Finder Accelerated Film Program,’ where she is working on a script for a horror short film.

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