As a director, Semone Brown weaves alternate realities and hints of futurism into timeless themes as her storytelling aesthetic. Her culturally diverse heritage — African American, Latinx and Choctaw (Indigenous American) — allows her to fuse social commentaries with a storytelling vibrancy that makes the worlds she creates, a fun entanglement. She is excited to debut her afrofuturism feature film, BTB: Vocal, an adaptation based on her celebrated short, SnapShot in early 2021. Silent Partner, a film Semone Brown co-produced in 2019, won 3 awards at Rack Focus Film Festival. Another project, Hugo’s Plane she produced won at Shutter Speed Film Festival. At Capital City Black Film Festival in Austin, SnapShot was extended the honor of an encore showing at the 2019 gathering and is well-received by audiences. Snapshot has been an official selection in a number of festivals and has enjoyed several invitational showings to include high schools, colleges and museums. SnapShot is also a FINALIST at Southern States Indie Fan Film Fest 2020.