Alexander, the main subject of the film, Maya Freeman's father, Orina Umansky Freeman's life partner, documentary and narrative filmmaker, public speaker and a graduate of Emerson College. Alexander’s acclaimed documentary The Last Taboo gained the media attention of WBUR, ABC News as well as multiple other publications and was acquired by the academic publisher Alexander Street. The Last Taboo tells the gripping and heartwarming story of six individuals with disabilities and an able-bodied partner who was in a relationship with one of them and their experiences with sex. Alexander’s documentary The Wounds We Cannot See won Best Documentary Feature at the Long Beach International Film, Media and Music Festival, Best Director of a Documentary Feature at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards and multiple other awards. The Wounds We Cannot See was acquired by Indie Rights Movies and is available on Prime Video. In 1987 Alexander was born with cerebral palsy and has used his background in filmmaking to advocate for to give those who are marginalized by society a voice and has won the national Advocates in Disability Award. Besides being a badass, stylish, smart, funny, outgoing person, Alexander is sharing his personal story of parenting and finding love with the world to inspire people without disabilities to rethink misperceptions of what is possible when it comes to love and disability. Find Alexander on IMDb and Linkedin. Follow Alexander on Instagram and Subscribe to his YouTube Channel.
Brandon who is a graduate of Emerson College is new to the documentary world but he has a passion for telling stories that matter and wants to do more documentaries about those who don't always have a voice. Brandon has worked on multiple films in many different positions and is especially skilled at budgeting and time management. Find Brandon on IMDb and LinkedIn.
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KEVIN S. BRIGHT
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