Brad Kidwell

Brad Kidwell

Big Promise Studios
Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Photographer (Still), Producer, Screenwriter and Theatre Director

Tampa, Florida

Member Since:
April 2014
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About Brad

Launching a New Children's TV Network, Big Promise Studios is pioneering original programming on YouTube on our Big Promise TV Channel. Our first series is "School Bus Diaries." Go to for more information.

Credits

  • School Bus Diaries

    School Bus Diaries (2016 - 2017)
    Television (Comedy, Drama and Family) Director You never know what outrageous pranks or devastating drama will occur when you combine kids and teens like the characters from The Little Rascals (1955), Annie (2014), Home Alone (1990), Bad News Bears (2005), Da Jammies (2015), Madeline (1998), and Mean Girls (2004) and put them on all on a school bus at the same time. "School Bus Diaries" follows the lives of kids dealing with issues such as popularity, rejection, bullying, insecurities, bravery, loyalty, truth, gossip, social class, over-sized ego, and other struggles. Some episodes will take viewers into the homes and into the world of the characters, discovering the backstory that molds their behavior.

  • Heroes and Villains.... vs. Zombies!

    Heroes and Villains.... vs. Zombies! (2015)
    Film (Short and Action) Production manager Add a Plot »

  • Supreme Justice with Judge Karen

    Supreme Justice with Judge Karen (2014)
    Television (Crime) Actor Add a Plot »

  • Life of the Party

    Life of the Party (2011)
    Film (Short, Comedy and Romance) Director A romantic comedy about a hopelessly boring middle-aged psychologist who, desperate for companionship, falls head-over-heels for a beautiful blonde. Her only qualification is that her date must be funny. What to do?! He finds success with a new miracle drug that suddenly makes him funny. However, an overdose leads to major complications.

  • Gettin' Out

    Gettin' Out (2009)
    Film (Short, Action, Biography and Thriller) Director A poor seven year old African American boy is devastated by the sudden death of the father he worshiped, followed by a serious illness hospitalizing his mother, forcing he and his seven brothers and sisters into a foster home where they are beaten and kept in a closet. Living in the city forces him to join a gang for survival. All he really wants is to get out of the city and make a life for himself, but the only way to make enough money to accomplish his dream is to strike some drug deals on his own. One fatal night finds the boy running for his life. Hiding in a friend's kitchen, he gets high, trying to ease the pain of what he knows is coming. No one cheats the gang and lives. He hears the apartment door crash through. Suddenly, he finds himself looking up the barrel of a sawed-off shotgun. His younger brother begs him to pay up. His life passes before his eyes - the death of his father, the warnings from his loving mother, and the end of his dream. He closes his eyes - the trigger... Written by Anonymous

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