Aleksander Roos


Executive Producer

Alexander graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts (2011), majoring in film production. He attended Punahou School in Honolulu (President Obama’s alma mater) and graduated from Buckley School, Sherman Oaks, CA (2007).

He has been making short films all his life. His short film, Behind the Scenes of Sofia- Coppola’s Marie Antoinette was made in Paris in 2005. Based on this, he was awarded an invitation to participate as the youngest director in the Talent Campus of the Berlin Film Festival, 2006. Alexander was invited again to the Talent Campus in 2007 with his short Everybody goes to Duc’s featuring the infamous Duc’s Bistro in Honolulu’s Chinatown.

In his younger years, Alexander had a wide range of experience that prepared him for his producing role. He has been a serious stills photographer. His photographs are in several private collections and his World Trade Center Series was featured in a touring exhibition commemorating 9/11.

Early in Alexander’s career he was an actor, featured in films directed by Francis Coppola, Agnieska Holland, Martha Coolidge, Hugh Wilson and David Mickey Evans. He studied acting with the legendary, Sandra Seacat.

After Graduating from USC Film School, he worked as a set P.A. on Sofia Coppola’s films Somewhere, and The Bling Ring, Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, and Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty.

Alexander is currently producing films in collaboration with his father, Fred Roos: The World War II epic, Music, War and Love starring Stellan Skarsgard, Connie Nielsen, Stephen Dorff, shot in Poland, directed by Martha Coolidge. The fantasy adventure film, Wonderwell starring pop star Rita Ora and Carrie Fisher, her last film and it was shot in Italy and directed by Vlad Marsavin. Both are in post production. Alexander has also produced the romantic comedy, Making Babies.

Currently, Alexander is producing The Forrest of Hands and Teeth with Doug Liman and Arcadiy Golubovich, to be directed by Kate Maberly; and Fairyland produced with Sofia Coppola and directed by Andrew Durham. Both based on best selling books. The Girl Who Fell From The Sky starring Sophie Turner (Game Of Thrones) written and directed by Stan Brooks is set for production in Colombia, October, 2018. In 2019, Alexander will be producing Nude and Naked by Pamela Kay, a winner of the Nicholls Fellowship Award. Robert Deaton is set to direct. Two Telegrams written by Rudy Wurlitzer and Michelangelo Antonioni. Two Telegrams was to be maestro Antonioni’s last film, but was not realized before his death. Jennifer Morrison will direct.

In development, The Black Stallion in China, the fourth film of The Black Stallion series. Alexander also wrote the original story on which the screenplay is based.