Brenna Sanchez is a documentary film producer, with an interest in arts, nature, adventure and cultural projects. The Detroit native and former biology major got her start at Tremolo Productions, a small but wily documentary production company. Previously, she was a writer and editor for Raygun Magazine, and the award-winning Detroit monthly magazines Orbit and Hour Detroit. She has also written more than 500 short biographies on international leaders in science, arts, sports, politics and activism for reference books. (That's about a million words.) She found the leap from print to documentaries a dynamic and natural next step. Her interests include hiking, making things, primitive art, demos and unmixed audio, sardines, figs, motor sports and travel by horseback. She also is a visual artist and enjoys the Stanwood Club supper club.


BURN: One Year on the Frontlines of the Battle to Save Detroit (Producer/Director, Independent Feature, 2012)
Search and Destroy: Iggy & The Stooges' Raw Power (Producer, Sony/Legacy, 2010)
Johnny Cash's AMERICA (Supervising Producer, A&E IndieFilms/Sony, 2008) Grammy nomination, 2010
Race to Mongolia (Producer, in development)
The Night James Brown Saved Boston (Associate Producer, VH1, 2008)
The Joy of Lex (Producer, Discovery, 2007)
The Cool School (Supervising Producer, PBS/Arthouse Films, 2007)
The Big Years (Associate Producer, Discovery, 2006)
The Highwaymen (Producer, CMT, 2005)
Hairdo's & Heartache: The Women of Country Music (Supervising Producer, A&E, 2006)
Shakespeare was a Big George Jones Fan: Cowboy Jack Clement's Home Movies (Associate Producer, 2005)
Hollywood Home Movies (Associate Producer, A&E, 2004)
Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues (Associate Producer, PBS, 2004) Emmy Award, 2005
Associate Producer, Toddlers & Tiaras (Authentic/TLC, 2009)
Archival Research, Gracie (Director Davis Guggenheim, 2007)
Flashlight Animator, "Dreams" Sprint campaign (Directors Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris, 2007)
Archival Research, An American Crime (First Look Int'l, 2007)