Alexandra Blue

Alexandra Blue

Alexandra is an award-winning producer based in London, with accolades including Emerging Producer of the Year (SASA 2014), Best Emerging Filmmaker (Shorts Film Festival 2013) and a nomination for Best Short Film at the Australian Academy Awards (AACTA’s 2015). Her short films have been Oscar Long Listed and received international acclaim at festivals such as Raindance, Palm Springs, Sydney and St Kilda.

Alexandra has been mentored by some of the top production companies worldwide, including a Screen Australia Talent Escalator placement with Element Pictures (The Lobster, The Guard, Room) and a six-month Producer placement with Warp Films (This is England, ’71, Four Lions). Alexandra also worked as a Development Executive at Heyday Films/Heyday TV for Producer David Heyman (Harry Potter, Gravity, Paddington) until 2017.

Alexandra’s latest shorts include Sarah Chong Is Going To Kill Herself (funded by the Creative England Funny Girls initiative, supported by Big Talk Films and Baby Cow Productions, mentored by Paul King and Peter Straughan), Cut (funded by the Icelandic Film Fund and Shorts TV, an Iceland/UK co-production) and Land’s End (funded by Creative England, starring Joseph Mawle). She is currently in post-production on Holy Cannelloni (a Creative England and BFI funded pilot for feature film Pizza Face).

 Alexandra’s feature and television slate include projects in development with Film 4 and Screen Australia.