Divorce Video Therapy

This 10-episode dramedy series is an in-depth, fly-on-the-wall view of characters on film discussing their divorce crisis in private sessions.

  • Alex Fuller
    Beyond Dreamland
  • Alex Fuller
    Beyond Dreamland
  • Chelsea Clark
    Key Cast
  • Jolie Curtsinger
    Key Cast
  • Alan Dronek
    Key Cast
  • Christina Dufour
    Key Cast
  • Jennifer Eiffert
    Key Cast
  • Alex Fuller
    Key Cast
    "Neil Osprey"
  • Annaliese Kirby
    Key Cast
  • David Kubicka
    Key Cast
  • Sara Parcesepe
    Key Cast
  • Aaron L. Schwartz
    Key Cast
  • Eileen Weisinger
    Key Cast
  • Derik Wingo
    Key Cast
  • Luigi Benvisto
    Cloud Kumo, Blaxploitalian, Extra Innings
  • Alex Fuller
    Beyond Dreamland
  • Jan Klier
  • Dan LaBarbera
  • Alex Fuller
    Beyond Dreamland
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
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  • Runtime:
    9 minutes 53 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 1, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    DSLR plus cinema cameras
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Director Biography - Alex Fuller

Alex Fuller is a Connecticut-based writer/director.

He has worked as a video editor at media agencies and at A&E Television Networks.

At the Visionaries Institute of Suffolk University (Boston), he completed a masters degree in documentary video and the non-profit world. Prior to that, he graduated from the University of Chicago.

On the filmmaking front, he directed the feature documentary Beyond Dreamland. It chronicles a former musical prodigy who has survived severe stomach cancer and its after effects for decades.

In 2018, he released the dramedy web series Divorce Video Therapy, of which he is the writer/director/co-star in an ensemble cast. Its 10 episodes were two years in the making, with filming throughout CT, NYC and New Jersey.

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Director Statement

There is no such thing as “divorce video”, but it certainly sparks the imagination. It gets at the very heart of what makes drama so fascinating to me: when someone’s world is turned upside down, how do they cope with this crisis and start to make sense of it?

I’ve never been through a divorce or been directly affected by it, so that begs the question “What on earth inspired me to write this series”?

It stems from my feature screenplay Jessica Morales And Her Divorce Video.

Hailing from a tough neighborhood in the South Bronx, Jessica rose to pop music superstardom by her early 20s. Five years later, things aren’t so rosy. She has felt enslaved, abused and cheated by the record label.

Internet haters proclaim her career to be over, but her 67 million followers disagree vehemently. Her football star fiancé is keeping her sane, though Jessica is seething like a pressure cooker.

Meanwhile, this guy in New Jersey has a boutique business called “divorce video”. The two worlds are certain to converge.

My vision is for a TV and film property with these elements meshed together.

At the top of the triangle is the feature film. Underneath it are two series:
1. The episodic series “Divorce Video Therapy” and
2. A limited series called “Jessica Morales Pop Star”, following her from her late teens to mid-20s.

By building two separate fanbases, the feature film would have a large built-in audience. Then it wouldn’t disappear into the ether 10 days after being released.

There is only one superhero I care about, and her name is Jessica Morales! I am creating the JMCU: the Jessica Morales Cinematic Universe!!!

As a final note, I would like to extend a special thanks to SAG-AFTRA for allowing me to work with talented and dedicated actors courtesy of the New Media Agreement.