Sioux Browning works as a screenwriter. Her produced work includes episodes from the documentary series Weird Homes and Weird Wheels, the sci-fi series Alienated and the critically acclaimed series Robson Arms.
Her credits have aired on the Life Network, the Comedy Network, Space, CTV and CHUM. She story edited the feature film The Score (adapted from a play by Vancouver’s innovative Electric Company Theatre) which premiered in 2005 at the Vancouver International Film Festival and aired on the CBC.
As a writer/editor for hire, Sioux has worked with production companies and writers across the country in a wide variety of genres and on everything from story notes to treatments to bibles to completed features. One of her personal projects, the historical feature Her Proper Place, received BC Film funding and placed high in two major US screenplay contests, the Nicholl Fellowship and the Chesterfield Fellowship.
Sioux received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and followed it up with a stint at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto. In her spare time, she also works as a poet: her work has appeared in a variety of literary journals and in the notable anthology Breathing Fire: Canada’s New Poets.