MEET THE CREATIVE AND PRODUCTION TEAM...

 

 

Creator, Executive Producer, Actor, Singer

Alexandra Foucard is a Grammy-nominated, Broadway actress.  Currently collaborating with an amazing writer, composer and performer David Sisco on a cabaret act called Comes Love ~Songs from the Heart and Other Places currently being performed in New York and Provincetown, Massachusetts, on tap to perform in Paris and London.  Haitian-born Foucard infuses French into her music which enhances the eclectic genre the duo performs putting their spin with mash-ups and original arrangements. 

A renaissance actor for the twenty-first century, Alexandra Foucard sets her own boundaries. The New York based actor considers herself to be amalgamation of cultures and ethnicities with a big dollop of spirituality.  Alexandra believes as an artists she has an obligation to be a story-teller for her peers.  Foucard believes she has a responsibility  to empower other artists, especially women.

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Writer

Linda Fiorella writes shorts (Eightballs), features (Dragon), indie TV shows (Offseason), and now with Park Slope Moms - web series. She is based in NYC and Provincetown and is a recovering Aquarius, aspiring ice cream maker, and Oxford comma aficionado.

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Director, Co-Producer

Annetta Marion is an award-winning director and Primetime Emmy- nominated producer. She recently directed the television special Oprah Goes to Broadway: The Color Purple that premiered on OWN 12/19/2015. Annetta is currently the Co-Executive Producer and a Director on the acclaimed television series Oprah’s Master Class. She has also directed over 20 scripted projects including award-winning short films, a web series, commercials and numerous PSAs.Annetta is a graduate of AFI’s prestigious Directing Workshop for Women; and an active member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Director’s Guild of America, Producer’s Guild of America, and a NYWIFT board member. 

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Co-Producer

Veronique Doumbe was born in France and raised in Cameroon, France and Ivory Coast. Véronique Doumbé has roots in Cameroon (Central Africa) and Martinique (West Indies).   She is a narrative and documentary storyteller who wears multiple hats as producer, director and editor.  Her first feature documentary Denis A. Charles: an interrupted conversation (2002) was screened around the world.  Luggage, which she wrote, directed, and edited, was screened at the Short Film Corner in Cannes in 2007. The Birthday Party, written by Sherry McGuinn, won the Best Micro mini Award at Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and the Dikalo Award for Best Short at the Pan African Film Festival in Cannes in 2009.   Woman to Woman (2013) co-directed with her daughter Malika Franklin. is a conversation between NY mothers and their teenage daughters.  She was the editor and co-producer of "Imbabazi: Le Pardon" (2013),  Rwandan genocide survivor Joel Karekezi’s first feature. Imbabazi is distributed in the US through Global Lens Series.   Her latest music video, shot in black and white infrared, for the Soul Secrets EP by FaithNY was released on World Wide Vibe Records (2015).  She recently line produced Bobby Yan’s short film “Marz”. She is nowin preproduction for the pilot of the TV series “Boys and Girls” created by Darik Bernard to be shot mid August 2016. For the last two years she has been filming sequences for Raising Zuly, a feature-length documentary about a little girl growing up with Down Syndrome in Barcelona with her mother, tap dancer Roxane Butterfly.  

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Editor

Ben Slatkin has been a film/tv editor and writer since 2000. A graduate of Oberlin College, he’s worked on projects for HBO, MTV, Travel Channel, Animal Planet, Nickelodeon, even Metallica (seriously). Together with his wife Heather Girardi, he makes comedy videos, some of which have been featured on websites such as the Huffington Post.