Alexandria Albanese is a filmmaker. She is currently producing her first narrative feature GINGERBREAD KIDS (106 min.), exposing the horrors and failures of America’s foster care system, to be released in 2024.
Her 2022 feature screenplay LION’S MANE, about the opioid crisis’ effect on a single mom and her daughter, was a finalist in the 2023 56th Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.
In 2021 she partnered with climate group Waterspirit to produce her documentary ENDANGERED YOUTH, about the effects of climate change on the younger generations.
In 2020, Alexandria wrote a pilot episode for a 30-min dystopian series SHELLS, about a world without women. Alexandria also produced and directed FELICITA (6 mins), a short documentary on a woman’s struggles with IVF.
In 2019, she directed the short documentary LA POSA DELLE MANI (5 mins), about a mother’s struggle to raise her kids while in an abusive relationship. Alexandria also wrote the pilot episode of COLLECTIVE YOUTH, a heist series about the socioeconomic divide, and YUPPIE, a comedy series that follows the antics of an interracial marriage in a heavily Italian family. Her short film SMALL HOURS tells the story of the final hours of a deteriorating relationship.
B.F.A. Film, School of Visual Arts.