Quincy Perkins (born July 16, 1980 in Key West, Florida) is an American director most famous for directing, producing and writing the narrative fiction short film Swingers Anonymous which debuted at the [Cannes Film Festival] in 2015. 
His feature length documentary [The Little Firemen] covers the story of a group of orphaned boys who save lives in the Andes Mountains of Peru. 
Perkins is a programmer and director of the Key West Film Festival.
Perkins produced and edited the feature-length documentary Underwater: Making of the Key West Nutcracker. The film won Best Florida Documentary after its world premiere on November 4, at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.
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