Alexandra Stone

Alexandra Stone

Alexandra Stone is an independent producer and heads London-based Streetcar Productions Ltd.

Stone’s producing credits include: Suzi Ewing’s debut feature, 10 X 10 starring Luke Evans and Kelly Reilly; Dom Bridges’ Two Pigeons (aka Freehold) which premiered at SXSW; David Mackenzie’s multi- award-winning Young Adam starring Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton and Emily Mortimer; Menhaj Huda’s UK hit Kidulthood with Noel Clarke; Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette; Gerald McMorrow’s Franklyn with Eva Green and Sam Riley and Critical Eye starring Hugh Bonneville and Anna Chancellor.

Streetcar’s current slate includes: Mercy with award-winning Emily Atef directing; Paul Auster’s In The Country of Last Things; Music & Silence based on Rose Tremain’s award-winning book; African political thriller, Embe with Oliver Schmitz attached to direct; The Commune at Fox Searchlight; 4Real with BIFA- winner Lindy Heymann, An Indian Doll’s House adapted by Tanika Gupta starring Konkona Sen Sharma, Tannishtha Chatterjee and John Hannah and An Ocean Apart with rising French director Fred Garson.

Alexandra Stone spent fourteen years as head of development at Jeremy Thomas’ Recorded Picture Company and HanWay Films, where she served as a production executive overseeing projects with filmmakers including: Bernardo Bertolucci, Terry Gilliam, Jonathan Glazer, Johnny Depp, Harmony Korine, Amos Gitai, Sarah Polley, Vincent Ward, Carine Adler, Phillip Noyce, and David Cronenberg.

BIFA Roles

Nomination Committee Member