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Alexandra Spieth is a writer and director from Brooklyn who is in the festival circuit with her written/directed horror-comedy "Stag" (logline: A loner must fight for a second chance at redemption when she is invited to her estranged BFF's bachelorette party).
Alexandra Spieth is a writer and director from Brooklyn. Recently she wrote and starred in BRIC TV’s original series, “86’d” and the original series "Blank My Life", which spans 4 seasons. In June 2022, Alexandra began the festival circuit with her written and directed horror-comedy debut feature “Stag” (logline: A loner must fight for a second chance at redemption when she is invited to her estranged BFF's bachelorette party). Recently, “Stag” screened at Brooklyn Film Festival, Female Eye Film Festival (Winner of the “Best Thrills and Chills” Feature), Portland Horror Film Festival, and GenreBlast (Winner of “Best Feature Director”), Soho International Film Festival (Winner of “Audience Choice Award”), Atlanta Horror Film Festival (Winner of “Best Horror-Comedy”, Portland Film Festival, and Soho Horror Film Festival. In spring 2023, Alexandra is slated to direct a new independent horror, “I Know Exactly How You Die”.
- Professional Credits
- --Created and wrote 6 part series for BRIC TV in Brooklyn/responsible for managing and distributing a 55K budget to make "86'd"
- Industry Awards
- --"Stag" was awarded the winner "Best Feature Director" Genre Blast FF
--"Stag" won "BestThrills and Chills Feature" at Female Eye Film Festival
--"Stag" won "Best Horror-Comedy" at Atlanta Horror FF
--"Stag" won the "Audience Choice Award" at SOHO International Film Festival
--Alexandra Spieth has won the Adelyne Roth Levine Memorial Award for Acting from Carnegie Mellon University and The Maddy Award from Interlochen. She has been selected for writing residencies with The Orchard Project and Lighthouse International Film Festival.