Alex is a prolific, visual, and versatile storyteller, he graduated at the top of his class with a B.F.A in film production from Art Center College of Design. Alex has directed 11 films of various genres for ESX Productions, most notably "American Wrestler" an inspirational sports drama that explores issues of immigration and xenophobia. It stars Jon Voight, William Fichtner and garnered multiple awards on the festival circuit including "Best Actor" for new comer George Kosturos, along with “Best Picture” and “Best Ensemble” at the Boston Film Festival and the Audience Award at both the Austin and Napa Film Festivals. His follow up, "The Ride", starring Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges and Sasha Alexander, premiered on Amazon Prime in November 2020 to glowing audience reviews, where it held the top spot in "popular movies" for a week straight.
Alex has just wrapped post-production on a film for Netflix, and is in development on two other films for HBO/Max.
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Founder of Nehoiden Street Films L.L.C
Actor/Producer for Nehoiden Street Films – Chris has over a dozen on screen credits and has worked with producers from FX, Netflix, Warner Brother, CBS, and Nickelodeon.
VP of Development at Playhouse Studios, overseeing their production slate of TV & Film Projects.
Curranty Director of Development for The Content Group. Ben has worked as a documentaries and television producer at Pulse Films. Ben has produced and developed projects for Netflix, Vice, CNN, and several other major networks.
Ms. Burman lives in Dover, MA with her husband and has four children. She became passionate about behavioral & mental health 10 years ago due to her own and her family’s struggle with anxiety and depression. She has publicly shared her message of empathy, advocacy and hope via meetings, speaker series and panel events. Samantha recently founded an advocacy group, “Families for Behavioral Health” and has started a number of parent support groups and provides assistance to countless people reaching out for advice. She has written articles and is close to completion of her book “Where is My Lasagna?”, which highlights the stigma often experienced by people and families suffering with mental health issues and offering lessons learned from her experiences.