Joshua Brown is a filmmaker and television executive who has directed, produced and edited projects featured at film festivals worldwide and broadcast on HBO, Bravo, MTV, Sundance Channel, Adult Swim, truTV, A&E and PBS.
Joshua produced and directed-- with John Mikulak-- and edited the feature documentary "The Man Who Would Be Polka King," partially funded by truTV and distributed by Film Buff. The documentary has been adapted into a feature film titled The Polka King starring Jack Black, Jenny Slate and Jason Schwartzmann. The film premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and was acquired by Netflix for worldwide distribution on January 12, 2018. Joshua's documentary will be re-released by Netflix on the same day.
Under the name Joshua von Brown, he directed the underground rocksploitation feature film “Altamont Now,” which premiered at the Boston Underground Film Festival and is distributed by Factory 25. Altamont Now won Best Narrative Feature from both the Arizona Underground and Denver Underground Film Festivals, as well as Best Director at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival.
His first documentary "50,000,000 Joe Franklin Fans Can’t Be Wrong" profiled the legendary cult TV talk show host Joe Franklin, and aired on PBS stations nationwide.
Joshua currently serves as Vice President of Current Production for Bravo, where he oversees Real Housewives of Potomac, Below Deck Mediterranean, Summer House and the upcoming series Sell It Like Serhant.