Image from FAST HORSE photo credit aAron Munson

Image from FAST HORSE photo credit aAron Munson

ALEXANDRA LAZAROWICH is a Cree Producer, Director and Screenwriter whose work has premiered at film festivals around the world. She is passionate about telling indigenous stories. She has had the privilege of being accepted into numerous residencies including: Documentary Channel Doc Accelerator Hot Docs Fellowship, UnionDoc Collaborative Residency, Big Sky Film Institute Native Filmmaker Initiative (NFI) Fellowship, the imagineNATIVE/Harold Greenburg Screenwriting Intensive, Montreal International Documentary Film Festival (RIDM) Doc Circuit Montréal’s Talent Lab, Seattle International Film Festival 4th World - Indigenous Media Lab and the National Screen Institute (NSI) of Canada Aboriginal Documentary Program.

Her most recent film FAST HORSE won best Short Form Documentary at imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival and can be watched in full at CBC Docs.

Alexandra’s body of work as a director and producer include Indian Rights for Indian Women, Out of Nothing, Cree Code Talker, Crooked Creek, Empty Metal, INAATE/SE/ and Alvaro.

She was also the Creative Director for the new Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton, Alberta (open October 2018). She directed thirty-one unique audio and video elements for the museum’s new Human History wing illuminating the cultures and histories of the Blackfoot, Cree, Denesųłįné, Dene Tha’, Métis, Nakota and Stoney Nakoda.