A Graduate of Valencia College(Class of '11) with an A.S degree in Motion Picture Production & currently attending the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando, Florida , Alex has a strong understanding of the workings of production, a creative eye for lighting and a unique and diverse voice that challenge audience members perception of the world that we live in. Alex strives to create diverse character and tell stories often not see on film. Gaining his experience from working in various production positions on 2 feature films, 15 student films and 8 reality programs, Alex is well on his way of reaching his goal of establishing himself as a solid worker in the film industry. Currently he is developing a live action Sci Fi Drama for the web in Orlando. Currently in pre-production, his goal is to create a dramatic character driven Sci Fi show where story is driven by conflict, not how much bling show has and to prove that you can create a project that looks like it cost millions, but didn't...
Name: Alex Bright
Lives in: Orlando, Florida
Occupation: Assistant Director, Crew, Gaffer/lighting Technician, Key Grip, Location Manager, Manager, Producer, Production Assistant, Production Coordinator, Production Manager, Screenwriter, Second Assistant Camera and Stage Director
Film (Short, Drama and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department In order to keep the light of the world from disappearing forever, a man between worlds must sacrifice an innocent.
The Further Adventures of Walt's Frozen Head
Film (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department During his yearly thaw to oversee the direction of his company, the cryogenically frozen head of the world's largest media conglomerate, Walt Disney, convinces Peter, a low-level park employee, to kidnap him for a day in the Magic Kingdom.
Film (Drama and Fantasy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A visual mixtape through autobiographical depression as a young woman finds meaning in her life in her early twenties.
Gone From Daylight
Film (Short, Drama and Fantasy) Director An abused teen is shown the world from a different perspective by a mysterious stranger who is not what he appears to be.
Film (Action, Drama and Sport) Camera and Electrical Department The film is based on the life of a one time award winning professional billiard champion down on his luck who encounters a young Korean woman seeking to become the billiard world champion to save her son's life. What ensues is an emotional and dramatic journey leading to a climactic event that will change their lives forever. Written by Randy M. Dyer
Broads & Bombers; a Wartime Experiment in Manpower
Film (Documentary, News and War) Art department In WW2 a woman's place was in the air. The WASP or Women's Air Force Service pilots were a small group of adventurous women who flew American military airplanes so that male pilots could be free to fly combat overseas. Under the command of renowned 1930's aviatrix Jackie Cochran, these women flew the Air Force's largest bombers and top secret jet fighters. However, when they began doing a "man's job" a bit too well for the military a political battle ensued. Becoming a victim of her own success Jackie Cochran and her "women's air force" became forgotten pioneers of gender equality. With the voices of over 30 original members of the WASP, relive an exciting time for the flying women of the "greatest generation". Written by Anonymous
The Life of Mr. Crispé
Film (Short and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director When an impatient gentleman refuses to wait for the simple things in life, it ultimately costs him his deepest desires.
My Fair Lidy
Film (Comedy) Casting department Craig Lideman- Lidy to his friends- is a blue collar worker who has fallen on hard times. After a chance meeting with Miss Sal, a successful Drag Performer, exposes him to a new career opportunity, he undertakes a strange journey of becoming a Marlene Dietrich Impersonator. Soon his red- neck macho view of the world is challenged and as Lidy learns to accept others, those around him find it difficult to accept the new Lidy. As things begin to unravel, his new world collides with his old and Lidy is forced to discover for himself the true value of acceptance.
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The Breaking Point
Film (Action, Crime and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Shawn Dickerson, an early thirties, rough around the edges street guy is accused of killing BRENDA SAWYER, a wealthy and prominent older lady, known for her compassion, and benevolence towards kids from the inner-cities. Shawn is hunted by Brenda's grieving husband HARRY, the police, and a very ambitious and overzealous Assistant D.A. name BALLARD, who is willing to do whatever she has to do to make District Attorney, even if it means bending the rules. Harry, already distraught due to the death of his daughter Susan, at the hands of a hit and run driver, decides to take the law into his own hands, to mete out Justice to Shawn. While Shawn is on the run, Assistant D.A Ballard devises a plan to procure the case once Shawn is apprehended, believing that a guilty verdict against Shawn will increase her chances of becoming the D.A. Once Shawn is apprehended, the fireworks begin. Written by James Hunter
Film (Short and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A teenage girl, Caroline, tries to save herself and her brother Ray from their abusive uncle.
Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A young American veteran, fresh out of the Marines, struggles with leaving structured military life and re-entering the civilian world. Battling confusion, disorientation, depression and alcoholism, he eventually must make the decision to stay stagnant or continue on with his life, making positive change. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Drama) Director 6 months ago Meredith & Steven Kemper lost their son Justin in a tragic car accident. Cut out from his life for 2 years without a reason they are devastated when told of the accident and Justin's death. Now with no way of ever healing the chasm that was between them Meredith slips into sever depression so bad that she is unwilling to even leave her room. After a mysterious young man delivers her son's journal, Meredith discovers how much her son truly loved her and is shocked and stunned after she discovered his biggest secrets. Written by Alexander Bright
Dead by Friday
Film (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Four lifelong friends, growing up in Brooklyn, NY, try everything they can do to get in with the mob. When they finally get their chance, one small misstep turns their live upside down and forces them into an impossible decision. A story of family, loyalty and betrayal. Written by Anonymous
To Write Love on Her Arms
Film (Biography, Drama and Music) Camera and Electrical Department The story follows 19-year-old Renee (Kat Dennings) who has always loved fairy tales: the idea of a princess, a hero and a happily ever after. But Renee's life is that of a darker tale: she's a young woman battling addiction, depression and self-injury. In a creative blend of artistic fantasy balanced with harsh reality, the movie follows Renee on her courageous journey towards recovery. Written by Cid Swank
The Return of the Loch Ness Monster from Outer Space
Film (Action, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew In 1967, group of surfers discovers a man-eating creature from outer space lurking in the waters off a favorite surfing spot. They later learn an entire planet filled with these creatures is planning a full scale invasion of the planet Earth. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department Welcome to the world of a child's Imagination. Walter Wilder and his partner Sam Hart are two tough detectives in the city. When a young girl Jessica Rogers comes to them searching for her missing best friend. Walter and Sam not only find themselves in the world of the notorious gangster, Big Pop, but also in discovering secrets of their own. Written by RSaVLSG
Moments Like These
Film (Short, Drama, Family and War) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director All it takes is a photograph early one morning to reignite a father's vivid memory of his son growing up. Like a living photo album, this short movie reveals stunning views of a boy raised in the U.S.A. and the hurdles he encounters along the way. The father shows what parents should be to their children: a devoted person who thinks the world of his child with whom he has a beautiful and lasting relationship. This is a tale of captured moments in our lives, both the good and the bad, that leads to historic valor when led by great people and families. Written by Jeremy Hicks/Frank Gould
Thomas Sterling Cole
Film (Short, Drama, History and Western) Production manager A man recounts peculiar events in his life.
University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL)
Valencia College (Orlando, FL)