BRASS RING ENTERPRISES produces writes and directs quality film, TV, and all forms of media, including commercials, videos, sizzle reels, PSAs, documentaries, instructional videos, and more. Helming the company is producer/writer/director Pamela J. Richardson, a USC Film & TV Production graduate. Brass Ring is also a
certified SBE, DBE and LBE, qualifying it to produce media-related projects for government entities.
In 2021, the director/writer/producer’s screenplay, version of “TAL JONES: A Black Oil Legacy” won Best Adapted Screenplay in the Las Vegas Black Film Festival, won second place in the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards and the Barebones Int’l Film Festival and was a quarter finalist or official selection in nine other screenwriting competitions. Her “The Quality of Life” screenplay received an honorable mention in the Wiki Screenwriting Contest.
Some of Pamela’s credits include directing in 2021 directing the promotional video for the sci-fi screenplay “New Found World”, written by Al Franklin, Pamela and Jessica Vitale, to pitch to potential co-production partners. In 2020 she directed, wrote and produced two music videos for music artist Chef Sean: “Feelings” and “No Name” (featuring Jeremih). Through Brass Ring in 2018, she directed, produced and co-wrote the TV pilot “BFA New Orleans”, featuring Steven Williams (“The Chi”) and Lance E. Nichols (“Queen of the South”), screened at the TLC Chinese Theater in January 2019. She was a Producer on “Harland Williams Presents Caramel
Corn the Pug”, the comedy routine featuring Harland Williams (“Sausage Party”, 2016). She directed and produced reality show sizzle reels hosted by “Dr. Dave” Pryor, former Medical Director for NBC - “Celebrity Fit and Fabulous”, featuring Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson and NFL Network anchor Erin Coscarelli, and “Nature’s Best”. She also co-directed, produced and co-wrote the vampire film “Teeth and Blood” (2015), starring Glenn Plummer and Michelle Vanderwater and produced and directed “Breast Health Awareness: We Can’t Afford to Wait” video for Anthem Blue Cross/Wellpoint in October 2012.
Pamela’s documentary film “GOLD DIGGIN’: For Love of Money”, , was screened at Cannes 2008 and was the featured film for Women's Indies Night in the African Diaspora Film Festival that year. She also directed, wrote and produced the sizzle reel for the reality TV series based on the documentary. Pamela and Jim Petersen directed, produced and wrote “The Wonder Kids”, featuring Dick Van Dyke, Savion Glover and Debbie Allen, which won Best Documentary in the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival in 2008, and was also in the Pan African Film Festival and the Women’s International Film Festival. Other talent Pamela has worked with include Mykelti Williamson, John Stamos, Jack Klugman, Bruce Davison and Jane Leeves. Music video artists include Montel Jordan, Dr. Dre (featuring Eminem), Freddie Jackson and British pop artist Serena. She began her career at Walt Disney Studios in film advertising then worked on several shows for KNBC-TV.
BRASS RING ENTERPRISES production crews can range from 7 to 30 or more personnel, depending upon the project. It's THE PLACE for independent film, television, new media, corporate and government videos.
“Unlike all the other art forms, film (and video) are able to seize and render the passage of time, to stop it, almost to possess it in infinity. I’d say that film (and video) is the sculpting of time.”
– Andrei Tarkovsky