Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
Today, actress Brittany Ishibashi announced her launch of Mana Moments Productions, a company that will focus on developing and producing comedic projects for broadcast, cable, and the web. With a strong foothold in the entertainment industry, having worked consistently in television and film for over 15 years, Ms. Ishibashi sees now as the opportune time to start developing and producing her own original content. Brittany’s first project – already in pre-production – is a half-hour single camera comedy about three sisters who stage an unwanted intervention when their parents announce that they're getting an amicable divorce.
Of the launch of Mana Moments Productions, Brittany said, “Performance and production is all I have ever known. While I started acting professionally at 17, I grew up backstage, on the production side of things. Launching Mana Moments will allow me to develop projects that resonate with me. I’m very motivated to collaborate with other female voices interested in cultivating their own personal stories and experiences - on both sides of the camera.”
By utilizing her relationships with respected Hollywood screenwriters, producers, filmmakers, actors, casting directors, and crew, Brittany was able to option completed scripts and quickly begin developing projects under her creative directive.
About Brittany Ishibashi: Brittany Ishibashi is an actress living in Los Angeles, CA. She began acting professionally in 1998, and since then has starred in over 60 projects for both television and film. Brittany is probably best known for her role as Anne Ogami in the Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated mini-series, Political Animals. She is repped by Kyle Fritz Management, Innovative Artists, and Jackoway Tyerman.