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Meet the Team


Producer & Editior 

Alex Ivany

Alex Ivany is an editor with a diverse portfolio of credits, including Academy Award nominated and Peabody winning Netflix documentary 13th (directed by Ava DuVernay).  Ivany has found growth and healing in his work, which has predominantly been focused on topics of racial justice & social issues.  He has worked as an editor for the award winning television series Queen Sugar, which centers on the lives of a Black-American family in rural Louisiana.  Ivany was featured in Cine Montage magazine (The Editor's Guild official magazine) for his work on the show.  In addition to Queen Sugar, Ivany has worked on several projects produced by award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay including the anthology series Cherish the Day, as well as Beyonce's "Family Feud" music video featuring Jay-Z, and a short film for the Smithsonian Museum titled August 28th: A Day in the Life of a People (starring Don Cheadle, Regina King, Angela Bassett).  Ivany is a member of the Editor's Guild and the Emmy's Television Academy.  

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Director of Photography

Antonio Cisneros 

Antonio Cisneros is an award-winning Latino cinematographer, Film Independent Fellow, graduate of The American Film Institute and New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. The Hollywood Reporter described his work as "intimate, glossy and impeccable." Antonio has lensed seven feature films, including DisneyPlus's upcoming "Mickey: the Story of a Mouse" which premiered at the 2022 SXSW Film Festival, and "God Save Texas" which will premiere on HBO later this year. His recent features "Mid-Century" and "Private Property" were both acquired by Lionsgate and were theatrically released this spring. Antonio lensed the series “American Koko” for ABC (produced by Viola Davis) and "Shanari-La" for Showtime. Antonio's film "Moby Dick: The Whale" was selected to screen this spring at the prestigious Whitney Biennially in New York. Other clients have included Netflix, The BBC, PBS, Hulu, Soul Pancake, The Academy of Motion Pictures & Sciences and Participate Media. Antonio has an extensive background in the documentary world and is passionate about socially conscious stories. Most recently he has collaborated with academy award winning director Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom) for the Netflix film “Hustlers Handbook.”

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Production Manager

Mohamed Jalloh

Mohamed Jalloh was born and raised in the Kono District of Sierra Leone, West Africa.  He is a teacher, actor, and aspiring filmmaker.  After his father passed away, Mohamed dedicated his time to helping his mother and five siblings as well as his community.  As a teacher to the local youth, he has helped hundreds of students prepare for their school exams. He has helped distribute Ebony Gilbert’s Dirt-Stained Roses Scholarship awarded to the Kono youth and helped manage filmmaker Adisa’s Sports and Arts Academy for youth empowerment. 


In addition to production manager, Mohamed served as a liaison for directors Ebony Gilbert and Adisa when prepping for the documentary film, ifine



Raashi Kulkarni 

Raashi Kulkarni is a composer and pianist based in Los Angeles. She has established a distinct compositional voice that can be heard across a variety of genres including drama, comedy, adventure, animation, and action. Raashi’s global perspective, study of different music disciplines, and passion for storytelling have been instrumental in the compositions she has developed for a vast spectrum of film and television projects. Kulkarni is one of eight composers to be selected for the Universal Composers Initiative, developed by NBCUniversal’s Global Talent Development & Inclusion group partnered with Universal Global Film Music. Her latest scoring work can be heard in Netflix’s Wedding Season, directed by Tom Dey, and Barefoot Empress, written and directed by Michelin Star Chef, Vikas Khanna. Raashi is a voting member of both the Television Academy and Recording Academy and serves on both the Membership and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committees for the latter. She is the current Executive Director of the Alliance for Women Film Composers.


First Assistant Camera

Mohamed James Sessy Kamara

Mohamed James Sessy Kamara is a Sierra Leonean filmmaker and community leader based in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Mohamed is a co-founder of the Sierra Leone Film Council and the current Secretary General of the country’s first media-makers’ union.  He has led multiple community film and theater groups with work focusing on child soldiers and reform.  He formed a youth serving organization, Young People in Action for Development-YOPAD SL, and has served as Project Officer/D.O.P at the WeOwnTV Freetown Media Center.


Kamara has worked as a director, cameraman and fixer on numerous international productions.  His film credits include award-winning films such as Winter in Freetown, Survivors, Moving to the Beat, and the Ebola-virus documentary, Sudden and Unexpected


Art Director

Joseph “Deco” Koroma

A member of the Cinematographer Technical Guild Sierra Leone, Joseph “Deco” Koroma is a Sierra Leone native.  He is a professional makeup artist, costume designer, and set designer.  His previous works include Deep in the Game, The Return of Gina, The Ashes, The Ring, Temple of Ghost, and City Fly.  Deco has done many music videos and has worked on award-winning projects.


Deco oversaw the art design for the choreopoem section of the award-winning film, ifine.  His contributions include local scouting, set design, and costume design.

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