Alexandra Barreto - Writer and Director
Alexandra Barreto has been working on sets for over eighteen years as an actress, writer, producer and director.
Alexandra’s directorial debut, “Lady Hater,” a short film based on the feature script premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, and was named ‘Top 5 not to be missed shorts from the Tribeca Film Festival,” by FORBES
Alexandra’s first feature she produced, TOO LATE, starring Academy Award Nominees John Hawkes and Robert Forster premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival, and was released theatrically in over thirty cities. It’s currently available on Netflix and iTunes.
Past projects include writing and directing the first political commercial to air on Comedy Central. She produced, “The Dungeon Master,” which won Best Short at the Tribeca (Online) Film Festival, and Best Comedy Short at the Sonoma International Film Festival, and “Method,” written by herself and Chad Crone, which premiered at the Palm Springs International ShortFest and was singled out as one of the best of the fest by the Huffington Post. Shorts International is distributing both films.
In addition, she’s produced five short films including, “F*ck The Parents,” starring Pamela Adlon (“Better Things,” “Californication”) and Twitter sensation Rob Delaney (“Catastrophe”).
As an actress she’s guest starred and/or recurred on television shows spanning all genres from“Pushing Daisies” to “Justified” to “Parenthood” to, most recently, a five year run on “The Fosters.” She is currently recurring on the FX breakout hit, “Mayans MC”
Taylor Feltner - Producer
Taylor Feltner is a producer working across multiple genres and mediums, from scripted features and documentaries to commercials.
As a film producer, Taylor develops and produces scripted features. His most recent, TOO LATE, starring John Hawkes (Academy Award nominee WINTER’S BONE) and Robert Forster (Academy Award nominee JACKIE BROWN), enjoyed a 30+ market theatrical release and secured a worldwide deal with Netflix. He produced the drama LEAVE ME LIKE YOU FOUND ME (SXSW ’12), directed by Adele Romanski, as well as the documentaries FALL AND WINTER (SXSW & Hotdocs ’13) and JUST LIKE US (Tribeca ’10), which was acquired by Lionsgate. This spring, his narrative short Lady Hater, starring Natalie Zea, will world premiere at Tribeca.
Separately, Taylor is Head of Production at Even/Odd Films, whose documentary short Exit 12 won the Jury Award at SXSW 2019. The film is the fifth installment in Square’s For Every Dream series, which reexamines the state of the American Dream across various communities. The series received wide acclaim, picking up the Tribeca X Award in 2018, as well as individual recognition for Sister Hearts (D&AD Graphite Pencil; Roger Ebert Short Film in Focus; SXSW ’18; Vimeo Staff Pick) and Lakota in America (Mashable Features; Webby Award People’s Voice; Creativity Online Editor’s Pick; Vimeo Staff Pick).
Jack Caswell - Director of Photography
Jack Caswell is a Los Angeles based Director of Photography. He grew up in South Carolina and studied under Oscar-nominated cinematographer Michael Chapman, ASC. His work includes national broadcast commercials, music videos, shorts, series, and features, and has been featured in major festivals such as Sundance, South By Southwest, Tribeca, and Los Angeles Film Festival.