Alix most recently produced Veena Sud’s The Lie for Blumhouse, as well as 1982, an Arabic language film written and directed by Oualid Mouaness, starring Nadine Labaki. She produced It Happened in L.A., written, starring and directed by Michelle Morgan, which appeared at the Sundance Film Festival in the NEXT section in 2017. She also produced Laggies, starring Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell and Chloe Moretz, which was directed by Lynn Shelton; White Bird in a Blizzard, starring Shailene Woodley and directed by Gregg Araki; and May in the Summer, all of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
Alix produced Winter’s Bone, directed by Debra Granik and starring Jennifer Lawrence, which was the winner of The Grand Jury Prize for best dramatic feature at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010. The film also received four Academy Award nominations, including best picture, won The Gotham Award for Best Picture and two Film Independent Spirit Awards.
She has served in various producing capacities on films such as the cult comedy Smiley Face, directed by Gregg Araki and starring Anna Faris; Married Life, directed by Ira Sachs; Neil LaBute’s Your Friends and Neighbors and Girl Most Likely, starring Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening, and directed by Shari Berman and Bob Pulcini.
Alex’s first producer role was for Sunday, directed by Jonathan Nossiter, which won The Grand Jury Prize for best dramatic feature and the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.
She worked at Anonymous Content from its inception and is currently an independent producer. She serves on the board of Film Independent and is a member of AMPAS.