San Francisco Film Commission

The San Francisco Film Commission works to develop, recognize and promote film activities in San Francisco. We work to promote the San Francisco Bay Area as a film destination while also working with the local film community to support local projects with significant ties to San Francisco.

Denise Bradley TysonPhoto of Commissioner Rominger

A graduate of Harvard Business School and Stanford University, Denise Bradley comes to the San Francisco Film Commission with over 20 years of sales and marketing experience in the entertainment industry. She has worked in a variety of capacities for Warner Bros., Disney, Viacom and QVC. -- from brand licensing and development to film distribution and syndication. She most recently leveraged that experience to lead the launch and establishment of San Francisco's newest cultural institution, the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), which under her leadership garnered recognition nationally and internationally, including being featured as the cover story in the New York Times Arts section. Prior to running MoAD, Ms. Bradley was based in London, where she oversaw the exhibition of "Africa Remix," the largest exhibition of contemporary African art ever presented in Europe, and served on a steering committee of Arts Council England under Prime Minister Tony Blair. Most recently, Ms. Bradley was presented a "Profile of Excellence" award by ABC-7, featured as a role model in Morrie Turner's syndicated cartoon, "Wee Pals," and named by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the Bay Area's Most Influential Women of 2007.

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San Francisco Film Commission
City Hall, Room 473
San Francisco, CA 94102
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