Music Publishing Specialist, Film Producer, Score Composer, and Music Supervisor


Alan Brewer is an independent film & television producer and the President/Owner of New Brew Entertainment, a Los Angeles area production company with several feature films and television series on its slate. He has worked as a Film Producer, Score Composer, and Music Supervisor on feature films & television productions for Universal, MGM, Fox, Warner Bros., Orion Pictures, Miramax, Summit Entertainment, Anonymous Content, Bold Films, CMT, and VH-1.

Alan produced the Universal Pictures release, “Playing For Keeps,” (starring Daniel Jordano, Matthew Penn, Marisa Tomei). His feature credits include the Warner Bros release “American Pastime,” “Come Early Morning,” (starring Ashley Judd, Laura Prepon, Jeffrey Donovan, Tim Blake Nelson), David Bowie’s “Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars,” horror classic, “The Burning,” “Secret Policeman’s Other Ball” (featuring Monty Python, Rowan Atkinson, Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Sting and others) and the recently restored gem, “Tokyo Pop.”

Alan is on the Advisory Boards for the prestigious Hollywood Music in Media Awards and the Blue Water Film Festival, served on the founding Board Of Directors for the Burbank International Film Festival and is a Past President of the Board Of Directors of the Nashville Film Festival (one of the longest running film festivals in the U.S.). He is also one of the founders of Film-Com, the annual Nashville based film & television conference, and is currently its West Coast Chairperson.

Alan’s current projects include “The Human Fly,” inspired by the real story behind the Marvel Comics character, with an upcoming new comic book series and a feature film in development, “Sewerville,” a gritty, rural crime thriller set in Appalachia, “Hitchhiking With Larry David,” based on the popular book by Paul Samuel Dolman (Gotham/Penguin books), and “Deadfellas,” a mind- opening sci-fi horror feature co-written by Jeff Buhler, screenwriter of “The Prodigy,” “Pet Semetary” (2019), “The Grudge” (2020), and creator of the George R.R. Martin based SyFy series, “Nightflyers.”
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