Alexis Bloom

producer and director

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Alexis Bloom is a producer and director.

Alexis Bloom on KCRW

You could argue Donald Trump became president largely thanks to Fox News creator Roger Ailes. But Ailes resigned as chairman and CEO after a series of sexual harassment allegations.

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You could argue Donald Trump became president largely thanks to Fox News creator Roger Ailes. But Ailes resigned as chairman and CEO after a series of sexual harassment allegations.

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Filmmakers Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens didn't initially set out to make a film about Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, but that's what ended up happening after Fisher approached…

Fisher Stevens and Alexis Bloom on 'Bright Lights'

Filmmakers Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens didn't initially set out to make a film about Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, but that's what ended up happening after Fisher approached…

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