Alex Cirillo is a producer and the Co-Founder of Big Vision Empty Wallet, a film & media incubator, and Big Vision Creative, a production company specializing in developing feature films and series.
Alex Cirillo is a producer and the Co-Founder of Big Vision Empty Wallet, a film & media incubator, and Big Vision Creative, a production company specializing in developing feature films and series. Big Vision’s Diversity Program has been featured in The Washington Post, OUT Magazine, Slate, IndieWire, and Bust Magazine. Cirillo Co-Produced Tahir Jetter’s feature film How to Tell You’re a Douchebag, which premiered at Sundance 2016 and was selected by IndieWire as a Breakout Hit of the Festival. The film sold to BET, AMC and Sundance Selects internationally. She’s an adjunct professor at NYU teaching audience building, marketing, and distribution for filmmakers and writers, and has had the opportunity to speak on these topics at a White House Round Table and film festivals nationwide, including Sundance, SXSW, Newfest, SeriesFest, Savannah Film Festival, and ATVFest. Cirillo got her start at Washington Square Arts & Films, where she produced TV pilots, commercials and digital content. While at WSF she also worked on feature films including JC Chandor’s Margin Call and All is Lost. She is currently in post production on feature documentary Power of Pearl, supported by AM Docs Film Fund and environmental activists Ashlan and Philippe Cousteau, narrative feature Light of the Moon starring Stephanie Beatriz and Michael Stahl-David, and Greek co-production Everything is Wonderful starring Tonia Sotiropoulou, Hannah Herzsprung and Alexis Georgoulis.
You should order her: a Passion Fruit Mezcal Margarita