Alexis Bloom

producer and director

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Alexis Bloom is a producer and director.

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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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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…

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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…

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