Alex Sarrigeorgiou is an actor, writer, and filmmaker based in New York City.
She's half Greek, half Romanian, and grew up in Athens, Greece. She studied drama at Vassar College, and her poems have appeared in *82 Review, Hypertrophic Literary, Fugue, and The Tishman Review, among others.
Alex brings her love of poetry to her work as a filmmaker, telling lyrical stories about personal transformation and existential despair, with female and queer experiences at the center.
In 2018, Alex wrote, produced and performed in Con Spirito, a short film inspired by the college years of poet Elizabeth Bishop. Her directorial debut short film, Grip, is available to watch now on Film Shortage. Her latest short, A Little Body, A Little Earth is in post-production.
Alex is in development on her first feature film with Valmora Productions.
She is an ISA Development Slate writer, currently on the ISA's list of Top 25 Screenwriters to Watch in 2022.