Abraham Felix's PSA for the Boris Henson Foundation deals with institutional racism in the US education system. Through heartfelt performances and confident direction, the spot conveys a forceful message and calls for change. It's already picked up several awards including two Clios and a YDA.
Abraham Felix is a New Orleans-based filmmaker whose observational work explores complex human characters navigating the structural framework of American society. Through commercials and narrative work, Abraham Felix creates films that aim to shift culture toward a more humane, just, and inclusive place. His latest PSA “The Unspoken Curriculum” for the Boris L. Henson Foundation,, examined racial inequality in the public school system. It garnered national attention and was featured on Good Morning America and The View. Other clients include Spotify, PreSonus, and the YWCA. Felix is currently working on a feature documentary and is in development on his first narrative feature.