In 2017, writer, producer, director Alexander Freeman who is known for his heartwarming, honest and romantic 2013 documentary The Last Taboo had just released his intense and powerful documentary, The Wounds We Cannot See. In May 2018, Freeman and his fellow producer, Brandon Golden met with Freeman's friend and mentor Kevin Bright, executive producer of "Friends." Bright gave Freeman and Golden the suggestion for the film's title and a loose story concept. They ran with it and Indomitable was born.
An award-winning filmmaker with cerebral palsy, Alexander Freeman tells a story about giving voice to those with disabilities. He presents the challenges and victories in his life through the making of the documentary. Along the way, Alexander finds love, becomes a father and gets married, while making the documentary.
CJ Jones is a deaf American actor residing in Los Angeles. He is one of the subjects of See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary (2009). Jones made his feature film debut with Edgar Wright's Baby Driver (2017), in which he portrays Joseph, the deaf foster father of Ansel Elgort's protagonist. He has developed three one man shows that have toured the United States, Japan, Sweden, Australia, Ecuador, and Canada.