| Motion pictures|
| K. Pearson Brown
501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
2001: Stuck - Jamie Babbit
2001: Chicken Night - Lisa Ginsburg
2001: Breaking Up Really Sucks - Jennifer McGlone
2003: Give or Take an Inch - Lee Friedlander
2003: Fly Cherry - Jessica Sharzer
2003: D.E.B.S. - Angela Robinson
2003: Intent - Mary Ann Marino
2004: Little Black Boot - Colette Burson
2004: The Nearly Unadventurous Life of Zoe Cadwaulder - Buboo Kakati
2004: Billy's Dad Is a Fudge-Packer - Jamie Donahue
2005: Promtroversy - Leanna Creel
2005: Starcrossed - James Burkhammer
2007: Itty Bitty Titty Committee - Jamie Babbit
2008: The Nitty Gritty Behind the Itty Bitty Titty Committee - Lisa Thrasher
2010: Girltrash: All Night Long! - Alexandra Kondracke. Filmed in 2010, but as of June 2013, is still unreleased. No reason given.
POWER UP Wikipedia
POWER UP (the "Professional Organization of Women in Entertainment Reaching Up") is an American non-profit organization and film production company with the stated mission "to promote the visibility and integration of gay women in entertainment, the arts, and all forms of media". It was founded in 2000 by K. Pearson Brown, Stacy Codikow and Amy Shomer. Its members include women and men, gay and straight.
POWER UP provides funding and assistance to filmmakers, as well as producing its own films. After several short films, its first feature film was the comedy Itty Bitty Titty Committee directed by Jamie Babbit. In 2004, POWER UP was awarded the Leadership Award by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
In 2001 K. Pearson Brown, one of the founding members, brought a sexual harassment suit against another founding member, Stacey Codikow. Codikow counter-sued alleging that Brown had made sexual overtures towards her and accusing Brown of defamation. Codikow also demanded Brown's resignation on the grounds that she was bisexual, and Brown later resigned. Both suits were dropped in late 2002.