Leo Hollen, Jr is a graduate of Georgia State University’s Film program. He has completed several short films which have screened in various cities across the country. A student of film theory, he was also a semi-finalist in the Slamdance screenwriting competition. Currently, he is in post-production on his first feature, Queer Moxie, a documentary celebrating queer performance art in Atlanta, Georgia and the south. Being a gay black man in the South, Leo finds it is important as a filmmaker to create art as diverse as the world around him.
Queer Moxie: The Documentary Documentary Enter a world where freedom is expression and Queer is a state of mind.
Documentary by Mettle and Pluck/Man Lion Prod. Co-Director/Editor
Georgia State University