Writer, Director

Zandashé is a genre filmmaker born and bred in and inspired by southern Louisiana. A self-proclaimed storyteller, Brown writes and directs stories primarily within the horror genre that showcase her perspective on identity, spirituality, and healing for Black women in the American south.

Her directorial debut, BLOOD RUNS DOWN, was one of five projects vetted and funded by the New Orleans Tricentennial Story Incubator Grant. It has since gone on to screen across the United States at acclaimed film festivals including BlackStar, Overlook, Urbanworld, and back home at the New Orleans Film Festival.