Barry Brodsky

PART TIME FACULTY

DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES


Certificate Emerson College
B.A. University of Massachusetts
M.F.A. Brandeis University

Barry Brodsky is a published and produced playwright and screenwriter.

He is the Director of the Screenwriting Certificate Program at Emerson College, where he's taught Screenwriting since 1998. He also teaches Screenwriting and Playwriting at Lesley University's low residency MFA Creative Writing program and at Boston University's Film School.

Barry wrote a chapter for the book Now Write: Screenwriting (The Thematic Line of Dialogue) which was recently translated and distributed in China.

His short screenplay I MISS YOU was nominated for "Best Short Film" at the Madrid International Film Festival (2013).

Barry's play Returnees was a finalist in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in 2008. In 2008 he was also nominated for an IRNE award (Independent Reviewers of New England) for Best New Play for The Boys of Winter (co-written with Eric Small and Dean B. Kaner). His play THE TWELVE-FORTY was produced at the InsperaTO Festival in Toronto in 2015.