Who is Anna Brownfield


Since graduating from RMIT Media Arts with honours, award winning feminist erotic filmmaker, Anna Brownfield, has gained extensive media attention for the originality of her work. Her films look at strong female characters, female gaze, sex, sexuality and domestic craft.

Her work has screened at numerous festivals here and overseas including International Women’s Conference (Beijing), WOW Film Festival (Sydney).

Her first feature film The Money Shotclosed the 2005 Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF) and won Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Male Lead


Her second feature, The Band’ has screened at Cannes Film Market (France), opened the Berlin Porn Film Festival (German, 2009), has sold to numerous territories around the world and won “Hottest Feature” at the Feminist Porn Awards 2010 in Canada.

Making it Handmade!” is her first documentary, premiered at Melbourne International Film Festival 2010, has also screened at Down Under Film Festival (Berlin, Germany), Wave Rock festival (Perth, Australia), Festival of Unpopular Culture (Adelaide, Australia) and had its TV premiere on ABC2 in 2011.

Working in conjunction with Morgana Muses, she directed the award winning “Music Box” (Winner ‘Honourable Best Mention’ CineKink NYC Film Festival 2014) and “A Call for Help.”  Both have screened at numerous festivals and have been nominated for Feminist porn awards in Canada.

Recently, she worked in collaboration with Thagson in Spain to create a film entitled The Ages of Sex: Evolution, about women’s sexuality in their 50s.

Her second erotic feature, entitled The Bedroom will have its world premiere at Berlin Porn Film Festival 2016.

Currently, she is shooting a documentary about feminist pornography around the world entitled “Doing it Her Way”.