Not All Lost Productions

Writer-Producer

Dawn Kirk-Alexander is a winner of the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame Award for her Screenplay entitled “Madness.” With a MFA from Columbia University Dawn was a finalist in the Carl Sautter Memorial Scriptwriting Competition, and the Nichols Fellowship

Under the Not All Lost Production Company label Dawn(Executive produced) / (produced) "Baby Girl" (Short)

(Executive produced) /(produced & wrote) "They Are Not All Lost"(Award winning documentary Short). 

As a freelance writer she has written “Came & Left”, “ER,” and done spec scripts for “Gilmore Girls” and “Third Watch.”

In addition to being an award-winning writer, Dawn has produced several award winning commercials and PSA’s for TBWA/Chiat/Day and Grey Advertising.

Dawn previously performed as a freelance line producer for the television show “American Gladiator”, along with several music videos directed by F. Gary Grey (“The Italian Job” & “Be Cool”) and director Paul Hunter (“Bulletproof Monk”).

 

Producer-Director

David Massey is an Academy Award-Nominated filmmaker with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications & Education from Ohio Dominican University and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Advanced Film & Television from the American Film Institute.

He is the first African American in the history of the Academy Awards to be nominated for an Oscar in the Live-Action Short Film category. 

Massey has produced and directed several films, documentaries, commercials and television shows.
 
Presently, Massey is the co-chair of the Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers,West (BAD-West) in Los Angelesand an adjunct professor in TV Production at Pasadena Comm. College.  
 
He has been the recipient of several prestigious
awards, including The Martin Ritt Scholarship; PBS Innovated Teacher Award; the Eastman Kodak Second Century Honoree; induction into The Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame; The National Education
Association for the “Advancement of Learning through Broadcasting”; the National
Black Programming Consortium “Prized Pieces”; and the Heartland Film Festival’s
Crystal Heart. Additionally, Massey is a voting member of the Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences.