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Criminal Injustice: Defending Alexandria Vincent

A former sex traffic victim takes justice into her own hands when her former captors are released from prison.

  • True Hinds
    When We Prey, Sauce (Episode 2), Friction, DEEP
  • True Hinds
  • Brandy Grant
  • Project Type:
    Screenplay, Television Script
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  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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  • First-time Screenwriter:
  • Student Project:
  • Hollywood Black Film Festival
    Los Angeles, CA
    August 2011
    1st Place Pitch-a-thon competition
Writer Biography - True Hinds

New Orleans native, and Navy Veteran, True Hinds is a writer-director. Harnessing a passion for visual storytelling, True began her career as an independent music video director. She has worked with musical talents such as Conya Doss, Cody ChestnuTT, Hezekiah, Jneiro Jarel, and J*DaVeY.

In 2011, the Los Angeles Film School graduate won 1st place in the HBFF pitch-a-thon competition which served as a springboard for her screenwriting career. Working with fellow independent filmmakers script consulting, story editing, and script polishing, True has fine tuned her voice and writing style. She has received invaluable feedback from industry professionals on both her feature film scripts and scripted television series.

True draws her inspiration from the rhythm of life which is infused in her intimate approach to each of her personal projects.

Her most recent projects include co-writer on a project created by Stacey Muhammad, FINDING FOREVER (2015), writer-producer on her own feature film titled DEEP (2016), a groundbreaking story about a transwoman living deep stealth, GENTRIFCATION NATION (2018) and developed a web series pilot INTIMATE (2018). True is currently working on a short film parody titled ILLUMINATI ME? (2019), about a talent young singer who decides to give her career a boost by joining the illuminati.

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Writer Statement

From the moment I'm inspired by an idea or called to collaborate on a project, I am filled with pure joy.

I genuinely enjoy creating unique story experiences for audiences, inviting them into world which encourages viewing life from a different perspective. This project does exactly that! This story invites the viewer to see the world from Alexandria's perspective, "What would you do?" It also challenges students to question whether or not her motives are justifiable.