Alexandra Rose | IMDB
Alex Rose is known for her stellar filmmaking background, which includes being nominated for producing the Academy Award-winning film Norma Rae. She is also distinguished by her many television and film production accomplishments, including five films in collaboration with director Garry Marshall. Her feature film credits comprise critically acclaimed Frankie & Johnny, Overboard, The Other Sister, Quigley Down Under, Nothing in Common, Exit to Eden, Big Wednesday, Drive-In, and I Wanna Hold Your Hand. Alex has also produced three television pilots and series: Just Us Kids for CBS, Norma Rae, and Nothing in Common for NBC.
Priscilla Gonzalez Sainz | IMDB
Priscilla is an independent film producer and writer. She earned her Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University, where she was awarded a fellowship and Stanford Arts grant. Her films have screened at festivals across the country, and her thesis film "Room 140" was nominated for the IDA Wolper Student Documentary Achievement Award. Prior to graduate school, Priscilla worked with various film festivals and artist development organizations, including Sundance’s Feature Film Program, the Writer’s Guild Diversity Department, and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. She now works in documentary film production at Chapman University.
Heather Flores | IMDB
Heather is predominantly known for her advocacy in the arts as a producer of anthropological documentaries. Her work is based on her research during her undergrad at UCLA and her studies in East Africa, focusing on cultural and religious ideologies with a concentration on the African Diaspora. Her work also includes studies of the cultural impact that Chicano art has imprinted in Los Angeles. Her first break into the industry was given by Richard Duardo and Cheech Marin, in which she produced her first feature film The Chicano Collection, which has now become a staple in the department of Chicano Studies in Universities worldwide.
Kylee graduated from Chapman University with a B.A. in Public Relations and Advertising. Kylee is currently in Entertainment Law at Loyola Law School. Her passion for the entertainment industry has led her to pursue a career in law. a Kylee hopes to bring the knowledge she has learned through her studies at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts to the production team for the 26 Seconds documentary project and help give the voiceless a voice.