Alicia M. Crowe
Alicia Crowe is a lawyer turned filmmaker from New York. Originally from the Bronx, she is a graduate of Adelphi University with a degree in Political Science and Howard University School of Law Alum. Her 2019 debut film, “Last Disintegrated School,” is currently on the film festival circuit and was an official selection of the Pan African Film Festival, Yonkers Film Festival, Women of African Descent Film Festival, Ogeechee International History Film Festival, Rhode Island Black Film Festival, and the Queen City Cinephiles Independent Film screening and discussion. She received the Juror’s Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking by the Brooklyn Chapter of The Links, Inc. 18 Annual Women of African Descent Film Festival.
In 2018, Alicia also wrote, produced, and performed her one-woman jazz cultural cabaret show, “Come on Up… My Castle’s Rockin”… A Tribute to Alberta Hunter at NYC Triad Theater and in February 2020, released Alicia Crowe Live Sings Tribute to Alberta Hunter, the live performance album with Spitslam Record Group.
Alicia and her identical twin sister Alice Crowe started A CroweFlyz Productions, where she is currently building her body of work.
- Year Film Title Description
- 2019 Last Disintegrated School Narrated by Chuck D, and Sam Waymon
- Year Film Title Award(s)
- 2019 Jury Award Women of African Descent Film Festival