Monique Hazeur
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Monique Hazeur

Mississippi Girl in Brooklyn Productions

Full Bio
Monique Hazeur is a Brooklyn-based writer, producer, and foodie originally from Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. She is an alumna of New York University and Howard University, where she studied film. In 2021, she was selected to the inaugural Black TV and Film Collective and Wavelength Black Producers Fellowship. In 2021, she produced two shorts, I Won the Lottery... which she co-wrote with director Jenn Shaw, and Mama Duke, which was written and directed by Cyrille Phipps. Her feature script, Patron Saint of Black Girls, made it to the second round of the 2019 Sundance Screenwriters Lab.

Professional Credits
Boxed In (Writer/Director) pre-production 2016 Mississippi Girl in Brooklyn Productions

Meltdown (Director) Short 2016 LMK Entertainment

Pariah (Props Assistant) Feature Film 2009 NorthStar Pictures Inc.

Gut (Production Designer) Feature Film 2009 Biff Juggernaut Productions

Kidnapped (Set Dresser) Short 2009 Julie Pacino

Refresh the World (Production Assistant) Inaugural Symposium (2009)

Presented by Spike Lee and Pepsi

BACK UP concrete diaries (Co-Director/Producer) documentary short (2009 2011)

Mississippi Girl & Sweet Potato Pie Productions

Freak aka Butterfly (Writer/Director) Short (2009)

Mississippi Girl Productions

The Nanny (formerly Chrysalis) (Art Department PA) Short (2009)

Khary Jones

Esperanza Spalding at University of Maryland (Videographer/Editor) (2008)

Crocodile Tears Productions

The Art of Life (Art Director) Short (2008)

Talima Productions

A Little Justice Goes a Long Way (Videographer) (2008)

Amicus Media

Georgetown University Charity Fashion Show (Videographer/E
Industry Awards
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar

NYU Presidential Service Award for Leadership

Walter Kaitz Millennial Fellow
Crew Up Survey
Willing To Travel: Yes
Has Own Equipment: No
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Other Languages: No