Irene Taylor Brodsky

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Irene Taylor Brodsky
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Taylor Brodsky at the 68th Annual Peabody Awards
St. Louis, Missouri
Alma materNYU (BA)
Columbia University (MA)
OccupationFilm director
Film producer
Years active2004 – present

Irene Taylor Brodsky is an American documentary film maker. In her several projects, hers was the job of director, producer, writer, cinematographer and editor.[1]


Brodsky is a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults). Brodsky graduated from New York University and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.


Brodsky's documentaries have appeared on HBO, CBS, A&E, Fox, and the History Channel. Special recognition for her work has included:

Brodsky has expanded into film production. She is the founder of Vermilion Films.[6]

Select works[edit]

  • 1997 – Buddhas in Disguise: Deaf People of Nepal?. San Diego, California: DawnSignPress. ISBN 978-0-915-03559-5; OCLC 36364073; the book's stories and photographs shed light on the Deaf culture and community in Nepal.
  • 1999 – I Witness: Polygamy. Amazon Prime Video. Main videographer and a producer of a 5 part x 24 minutes series on Alex Joseph's polygamist family just before Alex died of liver cancer.

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