Brian Tetsuro Ivie
Award Winning Director of Emanuel and The Drop Box, Screenwriter, and Author
Brian Tetsuro Ivie Bio
Brian Tetsuro Ivie is an American filmmaker and producer of documentaries, often with religious and sociopolitical subject matter. He is most well known for his documentary film, "Emanuel," which tells the story of the 2015 Charleston Church Shooting, which took the lives of nine innocent African Americans. Ivie studied film and television at The University of Southern California, where he also began producing his first documentary feature, "The Drop Box," a story of a South Korean pastor who rescues abandoned children. Brian is the youngest active producer for Stephen Curry's Unanimous Media empire, where he oversees film and television projects for worldwide distribution. He is represented by CAA.