Crossing Streets started off as an idea — a buddy-cop TV drama combining a city detective and a minister. The story potential was strong, but producing a spec pilot for […]
Casting Crossing Streets was a new experience for us (Alexander Films). We had handled casting for commercial projects and short films, but casting a 20-day shooting schedule, with principle actors […]
Not every production is the same, however, all productions have one thing in common — long days and strange hours. “Typical production day” is a misnomer — there is nothing […]
Working with actors is an art — bottom line. Actors are artists, film is a creative medium, and everyone has an opinion. There are some definite rights and wrongs when […]
Pushing a film through post-production is a daunting task. Every aspect of the film is now on the table — the edit (cut), the sound design, score, coloring, titles, credits, […]
Join Detective Marcus Williams and Pastor Samuel Gray as they navigate their relationship.
Watch officers Anderson and Evans go undercover in this night scene.
Productions can be stressful, demanding, tiring, and downright rough on the mind and body. Sometimes you have to blow off some steam.
Hear about the Roanoke City Police’s involvement in the production of Crossing Streets.
Go behind the scenes and learn about sound on a film set.