Alexandra was born in Hong Kong and studied in Australia and America.  She is an award-winning producer and distributor who has worked in production, international sales, film financing and acquisition in China, Australia, USA and France.

Her sales company The Film Library has successfully discovered and launched many Asian talents and their acclaimed works, such as Jingzhe by Wang Quanan (2004),  Song of Tibet by Xie Fei (1999), Blind Shaft by Li Yang (2003), the all time Chinese animation classic The Monkey King: Uproar in Heaven 3D (2012), iconic Japanese animation Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (1999) and classics by Huang Jianxin, Ronny Yu etc. She has also produced Li Yang’s award-winning Blind Mountain (2007) which premiered in Cannes and Sonthar Gyal’s River (2015) which competed in Berlin and won an APSA for Best Youth Feature Film.

Alexandra previously worked for the Australian Film Finance Corporation (now Screen Australia) before setting up The Film Library in Los Angeles and China. She has been invited as jury member, programmer or speaker at UNESCO, Telluride and Moscow International Film Festivals, The Aspen Institute, International Film Festival for Children and Youth (Iran), and the Silk Road International Film Festival etc. She is also the founder of the Sun Yat-Sen Cultural Foundation.



River (Gtsngbo)

People's Republic of China

River (Gtsngbo)

River is a story mostly told from the perspective of Yangchan, a young Tibetan girl from a sheep herding family who is trying to make…

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