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Alexander J. Robinson grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts, and graduated Cum Laude from Wheaton College (Norton, Massachusetts) in 2009. Due to the fact that Wheaton College did not offer any sort of film major, Alexander took it upon himself to create his own Independent Film Major, entitled "Film Production in Practice and Cultural Narrative." Since graduation, Alexander worked as a Production Assistant on multiple independent films, spending the majority of his time writing feature length screenplays, short scripts, and researching and buying professional camera equipment. After procuring a camera, a tripod, and one shotgun microphone, Alexander began his endeavors as an independent filmmaker; writing, directing, producing, and editing "Holdup," along with a handful of other short films. Having spent all of his money on his camera equipment, Alexander learned quickly to produce, organize, and direct his original screenplays with unpaid actors and little or no crew.
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