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06

Feb

Edited by Eric Alexander-Hughes
Agency: Pereira & O’dell
Client: Guitar Center
2013

24

Jan

Adobe: Martin Venezky

Director: Wynn Padula

Editor: Eric Alexander-Hughes

10

Nov

Gymboree ‘Today We’ve Got to Play’ (Directors Cut)

Directed & Edited by Eric Alexander-Hughes 2013

Crack Capitalism (2013 Documentary Excerpt)

The C.I.A. covertly funded military operations in Nicaragua in the 1980’s; in part using money from cocaine sales out of Nicaragua. These covert government activities substantially contributed to the ‘crack cocaine epidemic’ in urban America. The subsequent effect was that black incarceration was systematized and monetized. With the surge of drug-related crimes within urban America also came the birth of a new art form - Gangster Rap.

This documentary features interviews with:

1. Author, filmmaker, producer, and culture critic Nelson George
2. Legendary L.A. drug trafficker of the early 80’s “Freeway” Rick Ross
3. Michael Dukakis, 1988 Democratic Nominee for President/former Governer of Massachusetts
4. Dr. Michael Genovese from Loyola Marymount’s Institute of Leadership Studies
5. Drug Rehabilitationist Herman Avilez

Coming fall 2013

Directed, Edited, & Produced by Eric Alexander-Hughes
Produced by Amanda Morton
Original Music/ Soundtrack by Quinn Gibson
Associate Produced by Jason Barth
Executive Produced by:
Aida Hughes
Nelson George
Michael Ostin
Brett Rattner
Andrew Dilts

Pereira & O’dell: The Executives

26

Jul

The C.I.A. covertly funded military operations in Nicaragua in the 1980’s; in part using money from cocaine sales out of Nicaragua. These covert government activities substantially contributed to the ‘crack cocaine epidemic’ in urban America. The subsequent effect was that black incarceration was systematized and monetized. With the surge of drug-related crimes within urban America also came the birth of a new art form - Gangster Rap.

This documentary features interviews with:

1. Author, filmmaker, producer, and culture critic Nelson George
2. Legendary L.A. drug trafficker of the early 80’s “Freeway” Rick Ross
3. Michael Dukakis, 1988 Democratic Nominee for President/former Governer of Massachusetts
4. Dr. Michael Genovese from Loyola Marymount’s Institute of Leadership Studies
5. Drug Rehabilitationist Herman Avilez

Coming fall 2013

Directed, Edited, & Produced by Eric Alexander-Hughes
Produced by Amanda Morton
Original Music/ Soundtrack by Quinn Gibson
Associate Produced by Jason Barth
Executive Produced by:
Aida Hughes
Nelson George
Michael Ostin
Brett Rattner
Andrew Dilts

12

Apr

Check Out My Vimeo Channel

06

Mar

New York Times Entertainment Section Photo by Eric Alexander-Hughes

30

Jan

'Townies' A short 1-day project by Eric Alexander-Hughes
Music by Quinn Gibson
Starring Sebastian Haan & Evan Synder

27

Nov

Interview with Allen Hughes about his new film 'Broken City' photo credit Eric Alexander-Hughes