Alahna Lark

Alahna Lark is the director, co-producer, and co-writer of Sweet Auburn Blues, a documentary about a historically black neighborhood struggling to return to its former glory. She is the Producer and Executive Producer of the three time Telly Award winning short film, Made In America, which focuses on a Salvadorian mother who struggles to make a better life for herself and her daughter. Lark is the cinematographer for the Martin Luther King Jr. Exhibit, A Right to Freedom, at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden. This exhibit was the most visited limited exhibit in the museum's history. She was also the Series Producer for the GSU TV travel show Georgia Detours and the Emmy winning documentary series Special Edition, both of which air on GPB Knowledge. She has recently taken on the role of Programming Director of HUeMAN.TV, an online streaming platform that showcases works by marginalized people. Currently, she is filming her upcoming docu-series, Black In America 2020, which allows space for black Americans to unpack the reality of existing in this seemingly divided country. As a child of refugees her main goal is to improve the lives of people of color through her art.

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