Christopher Poindexter is the co-creator, writer and producer of BRIC TV’s “Brooklynification,” a digital series The New York Times described as a “sharper than most … well-acted and well-written … understated satire.”
He is currently working on writing his first feature film, “All Her Friends Are White,” a romantic comedy to be shot in the summer of 2020. He wrote and produced his first short film in 2011, a scripted comedic look at black life at Princeton entitled, “Their Eyes Were Watching Gummy Bears.”
Chris is a board member of the nonprofit Reel Works in Brooklyn, which gives underprivileged young filmmakers one-on-one mentoring with filmmaking professionals. He was the executive producer of Reel Works’ first feature film, “72 Hours: A Brooklyn Love Story.”
Chris graduated from Columbia Law School and is a transactional media attorney in New York City. He has assisted many New York University students and other young filmmakers by investing, producing and providing legal advice to their projects.
Chris lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Carletta, and his twin sons, Jackson and Noah, and is currently the general counsel of the advertising technology company Cadent. In 2017, he was selected by Brooklyn Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture.”