alyce has more than 20 years of experience developing and managing events, programming, outreach and engagement projects for a variety of clients. Her strongest passion is advocating for and supporting artists who create works showcasing balanced images and stories of people of color. alyce’s past clients include HBO, AETV, The Apollo Theater, Urbanworld Film Festival, UNESCO and many others. alyce is a vibrant speaker and has participated on panels for the Global Entertainment and Media Summit, New York Women In Communications Foundation, Langston Hughes Black Film Festival, Spelman College Media Arts Day and the Black Women’s Film Preservation Project now known as the Bronze Lens Film Festival. in 2002, alyce became a Founding Advisor for NYC’s Hip Hop Odyssey International Film Festival, which grew to be the largest hip-hop film festival in the world. alyce stays active in the community through her memberships in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and The Black Documentary Collective and on the board of NYC Black Pride, New York City’s first and longest running Black gay pride celebration. alyce lives in harlem, nyc.
Charles Murray has spent the last 10+ years as a television writer and has worked with TV heavyweights like David Milch (Deadwood, NYPD Blue), Steven Bochco (Hill Street Blues, Ed Bernero (Criminal Minds, Third Watch), and his recent foray into features is a natural extension of his ability to tell and share the best stories he can, on platforms his audience habitually and consistently consumes. Working on shows like Castle, Criminal Minds and V, he’s cultivated a rich, methodical storytelling sensibility as well as the relationships one would imagine you need to feed the all encompassing TV pipeline. He’s also written features for 20th Century Fox, LionsGate, and Screen Gems. THINGS NEVER SAID is his first feature film.