Alison Week is originally from Hawai’i. Her passion for documentary filmmaking has grown over the past 6-years as she's worked managing documentary teams around the world and shooting for clients like BBC, NBC/Universal, Business Insider, and Verizon. She has been selected to speak on documentary filmmaking at SXSW and the Allied Media Conference, pitch work at Good Pitch Local – Dallas, and participate in the PBS Young Producers Conference and the American Conservation Film Festival’s Producing Camp.
She has guided teams from development through post-production, launched successful crowdfunding campaigns, and coordinated impact screening tours, including one across 17 cities in the Four Corners region of the US for the premiere of Yellow Fever: Uncovering the Navajo Uranium Legacy on PBS/America Reframed (Dir. Sophie Rousmaniere).
Recently, she was selected by the state of Hawai’i as a fellow in the Creative Hawai’i Lab - Producing Immersive 2019 with her first narrative (fiction) feature. She is currently working with co-producer, and Executive Director of the Made in Hawai’i Film Festival, Zoe Eisenberg on the pre-production of their films.