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February 8, 2021 31 min

Jon Alston, a five-year NFL veteran, turned award-winning filmmaker. A graduate of Stanford University, Jon enrolled at the School of Cinematic Arts at USC to pursue an MFA in Film and Television Production. From 2018 to 2020, Jon served as Story Editor on the hit CW/ Netflix TV series ALL AMERICAN. Most recently, Jon directed and executive produced the award-winning short film, AUGUSTUS and won the Directorial Discovery Grand Prize at the Rhode Island International Film Festival in addition to being awarded the distinction of Best Director at multiple festivals in 2020.

Carly Loughran hosts this episode interviewing Jon, who is precisely the positive change maker we are happy to bring you here in Dale, Tell me! 

Follow Jon Alston: @the.alston


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