Alcee H. Walker is an African American film director from West Palm Beach, FL. Walker attended St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY and graduated in 2011 with a BFA degree in Performance and Communications and a minor in Education. He later went on to graduate studies at the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY where he earned a MFA degree in Social Documentary followed by a MPS Degree in Directing. His film work has been shown at many venues across the country including the Directors Guild of America where he won his first film award for his documentary film, Pain of Love. Just a year later Walker again won the 2015 Jury Award also from the DGA for his film, Inferno. He plans to direct all of his future film work towards motivating the younger generation, especially African American and Hispanic youth.
In an effort to chart his own survival, the filmmaker attempts to bring his family together for a family dinner—the first one of his lifetime.