Alexander Hagani is an American actor, writer, and director. In 2015, at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Alexander created the television series, "Boys to Men", which spanned four years, five full-length episodes, and two university-recognized awards for "Excellence in Film Studies". In 2017, in Sydney, Australia, Alexander wrote, directed, and produced his first short film, "Refuge Island"- his own personal commentary on the American political climate as he traveled around the world. The film has gone on to tour the festival circuit in Washington D.C., Massachusetts, and London. In 2018, Alexander's music video work went viral across several platforms, including the prestigious music collective, NoJumper.

Currently, he is studying to receive his MA in Filmmaking at The London Film School.


Sonflower, 2019, 16mm, Colour, 3:00

Private Lives, 2018, 16mm, Black & White, 3:10

Refuge Island, 2017, Digital, Colour, 8:21


Sound of Silent Film Festival, Official Selection, Chicago, IL (Private Lives, April 2019)

Short to the Point International Film Festival, Official Selection, Bucharest, Romania (Sonflower, March 2019)

The Lift-Off Sessions, Official Selection, London, UK (Refuge Island, October 2018)

Global Impact Film Festival, Official Selection, Washington, D.C. (Refuge Island, August 2018)

24th Annual Five College Film Festival, Official Selection, South Hadley, MA (Refuge Island, February 2018)

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