Alex Murawski studied film directing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School where he won the Myer Award for Exceptional Talent. His graduate short film Kiss screened at festivals across the world including at the 2012 Berlinale Generation 14Plus. Later that year he served as a development intern to Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler at Killer Films in New York City. In 2013 Alex was selected as director attachment to Bruce Beresford on the production of Bonnie & Clyde and in 2014 he received Hot Shots Program funding through Screen Australia to make the short film Ari, which premiered at TIFF Kids 2016, screening at over thirty international festivals and received a Vimeo Staff Pick. It has over 3.5 million views online. He is a Screen Australia Talent Escalator recipient, MIFF Accelerator alumnus and in 2016 won the inaugural Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship. His short Snow premiered at the 2017 Sydney International Film Festival and screened at over twenty festivals globally. He is a semi finalist of both the Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab and Academy Nicholl Fellowship for 2019.