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Author, "Great Adaptations: Screenwriting and Global Storytelling" (Routledge: NY/London 2017) - available for consultation, writing/co-writing/revisions, etc.
Writer/Director, "Women Behind the Camera" http://womenbehindthecamera.com
Writer/Director, "Let Them Eat Cake" http://LetThemEatCakeFilm.com
"The Gate of Freedom Award" (Lifetime Achievement Award) - Gdansk DocFilm Festival
"Best Documentary Film" - Female Eye Film Festival ("Women Behind the Camera")
Tribute Award "for achievements in independent cinema" - San Francisco Women's Film Festival
"Best International Documentary" - Women of the World Film Festival("Shooting Women")
Alexis Krasilovsky is professor in the Dept. of Cinema and Television Arts at California State U., Northridge, specializing in advanced screenwriting and adaptations. Her films include "End of the Art World," "Let Them Eat Cake," and "Women Behind the Camera" - available (or soon to be available) on Amazon Video Direct. Krasilovsky's narrative film, "Blood", was reviewed in the "Los Angeles Times" as "in its stream-of-consciousness way, more powerful than Martin Scorsese's 'Taxi Driver.'" Under the name Alexis Rafael, she has recently published a novel, "Sex and the Cyborg Goddess" - a portrait of a filmmaker as a young woman.