Art Brown began his career writing and co-producing the feature film Best Men, starring Drew Barrymore, and went to write The Doughboys for Universal Studios. Soon after, Art was brought on by Warner Bros. and Flower Films to write a sequel to the Wizard of Oz. Art has also written and produced a number of family movies, along with his writing and producing partner Douglas Sloan. In 2009, they wrote and served as executive producers on Nickelodeon's The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, starring Brooke Shields which received a Writer's Guild of America Award nomination and won the Director's Guild of America award.
Art had just finished work on another movie for Nickelodeon when he and Doug were approached to help write for the new DreamWorks Dragons series. Riders and Defenders were already in production, and they hadn't even seen the first movie yet. But upon seeing it at the home of their representative, they instantly fell in love with it. Art started out as just a writer for the show, but quickly found himself and Doug to be the executive producers and showrunners, and held onto those positions into the production of Race to the Edge.
After completing DreamWorks Dragons, Art and Doug signed up for a new animated series based on author Will McIntosh’s new sci-fi adventure Watchdog. They will serve as showrunners for the upcoming series.
|2003||Power Rangers Ninja Storm||Writer||TV Series|
|2010||The Boy Who Cried Werewolf||TV Film|
|To be announced!||Watchdog||
DreamWorks Dragons Filmography
|2012–2013||Dragons: Riders of Berk||
|2013–2014||Dragons: Defenders of Berk|
|2014||Dawn of the Dragon Racers||Writer||Short film|
|2015–2018||Dragons: Race to the Edge||
- ↑ Sonar Entertainment acquires global rights to Hugo Award winning author Will McIntosh’s new sci-fi adventure Watchdog. (Copyright 2018). Sonar Entertainment.