O, Brazen Age is the first feature film by Canadian writer/director Alexander Carson. 

Part coming-of-age story, part art-cinema meditation on photography, memory, and souvenirs, O, Brazen Age creates a tender and haunting portrait of friendship and faith in the 21st century. The film follows a group of Toronto artists in their twenties on a search for new mythologies, invoking a cinematic landscape where classical literature collides with new wave aesthetics and 90's pastiche. 

Carson's work combines personal storytelling with poetic and lyrical approaches to narrative. His short films have earned critical recognition at major festivals across North America and Europe, including the Toronto International Film Festival and the San Francisco International Film Festival, where he received the Golden Gate Award for New Visions in 2014.

O, Brazen Age is produced by Alexander Carson and Kyle Thomas at North Country Cinema, and Jeff Hanes at Walk On The Sunnyside, with the generous support of Telefilm Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts. O, Brazen Age had its World Premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in 2015, and received a multi-platform release in 2017. It is currently available for rent from the National Film Board of Canada.