Rochester Woman’s Film Nominated for 9 Awards
Alexis Patton grew up in Iceland and Italy but has called Rochester home for the last 8-years. She is an emerging filmmaker and her latest piece is garnering all kinds of attention. The inspirational drama, 'Angels in Disguise', tells the story of an apartment dweller who finds a calling in helping a down-on-his-luck homeless man who turns out to be luckier than anyone could imagine.
The film just premiered in England at the Nottingham International Microfilm Festival and at the Ocean City Festival in Maryland. It has been has been nominated for nine awards at this year's "Mespies", a film festival held in Minneapolis.
Alexis is an is an award-winning actor, writer and director. She graduated
from Princeton University with an A.B. in Romance Languages and Literatures and a Certificate in the Program of Theatre and Dance. Her writing has been published in The Washington Times, The Post-Bulletin and The Journal Newspapers.