Alexandra’s short films, Didactic Encounter, Rabbi Rick and The Hamburger Choo Choo, and Miss Alissa have
screened at venues such as, New Directors/New Films, The Los Angeles Film Festival, The Montreal World Film Festival, The
Seattle International Film Festival, The Hamptons International Film Festival, The Nantucket Film Festival, The Brooklyn Film
Festival (Didactic Encounter: winner, best short film) and Saint Mark’s Church in New York, among others. Her feature film,
Bittersweet Place, premiered at the Tribeca Film festival, garnering a special Jury Commendation. Other screenings of
Bittersweet Place include The Montreal World Film Festival, The Vancouver Film Festival, The Starz International Film
Festival (Emerging Filmmaker nominee), Steven Spielberg’s Jewish Eye Film Festival, The Oldenburg Film Festival, The Silver
Lake Film Festival (Winner, Best Film), The Washington Jewish Film festival and Wim Wender’s Frankfurt Film Festival, among
others. Bittersweet Place was acquired by the Sundance Channel. She also recently completed her short film, Crazy Love,
for the American Film Institute. Alexandra is presently directing and producing a documentary about her father, the painter Stan
Brodsky as well as developing her screenplay American Bollywood based on her experience as a Bollywood screenwriter.

Alexandra is the recipient of the Tribeca Film Institute’s Next Exposure Low Budget Independent Film Completion Grant
Program. She is an alumni of The Nantucket Screenwriter’s Colony, the Film Independent Screenwriters’ Lab, a Fulbright
scholar and received her MFA from The Yale School of Art.