Brother Mountain International Films

stories to change the world

Brother Mountain International Films was formed in 2015 to create our feature length film, currently titled "FIVE," on the scientists, curators, keepers and volunteers fighting to save the Northern white Rhino. 

Based on the road, and composed of an ever growing collective of skilled creative craftsmen and women, we join stories where ever they are, and deliver them where they need to be.

If you'd like to work with us, or you're curious to know more, send us an email through the contact page. We'd love to hear from you. 

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THOMAS ROWELL (FOUNDING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR) GREW UP IN A LOG CABIN UP A DIRT ROAD IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA. HE WORKS INTERNATIONALLY IN THE THEATRE AND AS AN INDEPENDENT FILMMAKER, MOST RECENTLY COMPLETING THE WILLIAM R. KENAN DIRECTING FELLOWSHIP THROUGH THE KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS. HE HAS HAD RESIDENCIES IN DANCE AND MASK AT THE WAAW CENTRE IN SÉNÉGAL, AND SPENT A SEMESTER AS AN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN MASK AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS. He IS CURRENTLY working in India with Wildlife SOS as a video and photographic artist.