ALEXANDER FREEMAN

Alexander Freeman is an award-winning filmmaker, editor with cerebral palsy focusing on disability, sexuality and other social issues. Alexander is also a public speaker specializing in disability and sexuality and a graduate of Emerson College, where he majored in Film Production with a concentration in Directing.  His feature documentary, The Last Taboo (2013) was awarded Best Screenplay at the 2013 BOSIFEST in Serbia. The Last Taboo chosen for Official Selection at the:

  • 10th European Film Festival: Integration You and Me, 2013

  • We Speak, Here Online Film Festival, 2014

  • New England Online Film Festival, 2015

The film has also screened in Munich, Germany and in Norway. The Last Taboo has also been featured on WBUR/NPR, My Sex Professor, ABC NEWS, mtvUNerve Magazine and Mic. The Last Taboo is being distributed by Community Channel  in the United Kingdom and Amazon. The Last Taboo is also being used by multiple universities and organizations including the Norwegian Health Department’s Medical Physicians Sexual Education program. He is the Winner of the HSC Foundation's National 2014 Advocates in Disability Award. He has interned as assistant editor for award-winning documentary filmmaker Robbie Leppzer at Turning Tide Productions and has interned at Technicolor. He has also interned for Academy award-winning documentary editor Jeff Consiglio at VFR Films. His latest feature documentary, The Wounds We Cannot See  (2017) was awarded:

  • Best Director of a Documentary Feature at the - Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, 2016

  • Best Documentary Feature at the Long Beach Indie International Film, Media and Music Festival, 2016

  • Award of Recognition as a Director of a Feature at the - Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival Awards, 2016

  • Award of Recognition as a Director of a Feature at the - Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards, 2016

  • Award of Recognition for Editing of a Feature at the - Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards, 2016

The Wounds We Cannot See is being distributed by Indie Rights Movies and will be made available on Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, Walmart and Best Buy starting June 30, 2017.

He is also the Founder, President and Owner of OUTCAST PRODUCTIONS, which is devoted to producing and distributing thought-provoking films on disability, sexuality, identity, race, abuse, poverty and women's rights for the web and on DVD. Alexander is always open to discuss any commissions or collaborations you may have.