About

Marc A Hutchins is a professor, author, and Award-winning filmmaker with accolades that include Addy, Telly, and Aurora Awards for his commercial work, Judges and Audience Choice Awards for his short films, and Festival Pick and Gold Reel Award for independent features. He has also received nominations for Best Drama and Best Script, and been recognized for producing, directing, cinematography, location management, and writing.

Marc has produced five independent feature films, co-writing and directing two of them – Crossing Streets and Nearly Married – both in distribution. His experience in film production includes working with talent such as Jane Seymour (Wedding Crashers, Somewhere in Time), Erik Estrada (CHiPs), IronE Singleton (The Walking Dead, The Blind Side), Cassi Thomson (Left Behind, Switched at Birth), and Jen Lilley (Days of Our Lives, The Artist).

Marc started Alexander Films in 2003, building a dream into a full-service, fully stocked and mobile production unit. His passion is to create wholesome, character-driven entertainment for the family. He often refers to his directorial debut, buddy cop drama Crossing Streets, as his “family Lethal Weapon”.

In 2017, Marc earned his MFA in film production from Full Sail University, then moved to San Diego, CA to develop and teach film production courses at San Diego Christian College. After 3 years he returned to the east coast, partnering with author Ian Graham to form Avendale Entertainment, a media entertainment company focused on family entertainment. AE has launched their flagship project, STELLAR, a YA novel.

For those that have had the opportunity, albeit a pleasure, to work with Marc, they will attest that he’s rarely without a toothpick and large cup of iced tea — two signature items he takes everywhere he goes.

Marc and his wife now live in Woodstock, GA. He continues to write, direct, and produce entertainment.