2017— Alliance Française wins 6 Gold, 6 Silver, and 3 Bronze at the prestigious London International Advertising Awards. Another record for comedy directors this year.

2017— A series of spots Alex helmed for Alliance Française cleans up at Cannes, winning three gold and two silver lions, making Alex the most awarded comedy director at the festival.

2017 — Alex's two short films, "Hollywood Breakup" and "Eulogilia" are accepted to more than twenty international film festivals, including prestigious Academy Award qualifiers like the Cleveland International and Sonoma Film Festival.

2017 — The Academy Awards Library adds the screenplay to Hickey to their permanent collection.

2016 — A Gatorade campaign featuring the Manning brothers and J.J. Watt receives 40 million YouTube views in a month. 

2015 — "Hickey," Alex's first feature film wins Best Director, Best Cinematography, and Best Supporting Actress in its debut at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. It goes on to competition at SXSW before being purchased and distributed by Gravitas.

2014 — "The Woman Who Can't Watch Movies," a short film for Canal+, becomes one of the most awarded videos of the year, winning at Cannes, Cristal, El Sol, London International, Eurobest, Leon,  El Ojo, and Inspirational.

2011 — Named by Shoot Magazine as one of the top 25 new directors in the world.

 

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