Kiera Bratton-Lewis started in International Relations and Politics, including as a consultant to the U.S. Human Rights Network on behalf of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

She transitioned into film with her first feature documentary DATES FOR COFFEE, which won an IFP Filmmaking Fellowship in 2017. Kiera has worked on major motion pictures alongside filmmakers including Todd Haynes (CAROL; FAR FROM HEAVEN) Joel and Ethan Coen (HAIL, CAESAR!; NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN), James Schamus (INDIGNATION; CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON), Colin Trevorrow (JURASSIC WORLD; THE BOOK OF HENRY), Dee Rees (MUDBOUND; THE LAST THING HE WANTED), and M. Night Shyamalan (GLASS; THE SIXTH SENSE). She’s worked for t.v. on BLACK MONDAY, SERVANT and for VICELAND.

On the producing side, her work includes, SEE THROUGH (Cannes Film Festival, Court Métrage, 2019); THE SOUND OF SILENCE (Sundance Film Festival 2019, IFC); FOR THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO (Tribeca Film Festival) and K&A (Women’s Comedy Film Festival Winner).

She is currently writing and producing her debut feature THREE HERMITS and writing her debut novel. Kiera is a graduate of Ithaca College in Philosophy and Politics and of AFI Conservatory in Screenwriting.


BA in Philosophy | Ithaca College
BA in Politics | Ithaca College
MFA in Screenwriting | AFI Conservatory