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Filmmakers and Storytellers

Alexandria Cree

Alexandria began acting and producing shows on the treehouse stage her father built for her and her brothers at age 5. "It was a gift to be immersed in the arts from such a young age, and my family set the bar high,” says Cree. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a BFA in theatre, film & dance before spending 15 years in Los Angeles.

Alexandria wrote and starred in the films THE WAHLBERG EFFECT and FRANK'S OUT BACK, and conceived, produced, and acted in 'Du Metier', an experimental, live theater piece featuring 7 actors and 9 visual artists. Recently she starred in the feature film THE FAMOUS JOE PROJECT and the interactive movie HARD DECISIONS. She has also appeared in multiple commercials, television shows and film productions.

Alexandria resides in Columbus, Ohio with her daughter and husband.

Kristen Hilkert

Since Kristen was a kid, she'd close her eyes and imagine what it was like to see through someone else’s; today she does it for a living. This desire to connect drives her to tell stories that bridge the space between us.
As a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, she has created award-winning short films and branded content full of thought provoking worlds and moving performances. She has directed and edited work for Macy's, WhoWhatWear, Zappos, Origins, Goop, Chandon, Laura Mercier, Tacori, SEE Eyewear, SONY Music + many more.


In 2017, she directed, co-wrote, and edited IN/FINITE, a short film and proof-of-concept which has since screened in independent theaters in Boston, NYC and Los Angeles, aired on DirectTV in its original format, and is now available on AmazonVOD as part of the short film anthologies A.I. TALES and 5 GALAXIES. Currently, she is developing a historical/music drama series, a drama/sci-fi series for streaming, and a dramatic short.

Along with Alexandria Cree, Kristen co-wrote, produced and acted in the short films, THE WAHLBERG EFFECT and FRANK'S OUT BACK. She also starred in the McWilliam Brothers' fantastic comedy-short titled HOW TO KILL YOUR CLONE which screened at 30+ film festivals.

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