British Independent Film Awards BIFA

Celebrating 20 years of the best British Independent Film

Alexandra Stone

Alexandra Stone heads CMP Film Ltd, where she is developing a slate of film and television projects including: Paul Auster’s In The Country of Last Things with Peter Webber directing; Music & Silence from Rose Tremain’s book by Andrea Gibb; Cuckoo starring Hayley Atwell by Brit List team Francesca Brill and Luke Watson; The Commune at Fox Searchlight; The Ringmen starring Stellan Skarsgard, Alexander Skarsgard and Laura Linney with Hans Petter Moland directing; Mercy with Gillian Anderson to star and Richie Mehta to direct and 4Real with director Lindy Heymann at Creative England.  Television projects include By The Time You Read This at CBS and John Maybury’s The Simple Art of Murder.
 
Alexandra Stone was previously head of development at Jeremy Thomas’ Recorded Picture Company and oversaw projects with: Bernardo Bertolucci, Terry Gilliam, Jonathan Glazer, Johnny Depp, Phillip Noyce, Noah Baumbach, Takeshi Kitano and David Cronenberg. She began at Spring Creek Productions at Warner Bros. in Los Angeles as a development executive working with directors such as: Peter Weir, Alfonso Cuaron, Lasse Hallstrom and Steve Kloves. 
 
Stone’s producing credits include David Mackenzie’s award-winning Young Adam (2003) starring Ewan McGregor and Tilda Swinton; Menhaj Huda’s Kidulthood (2006); Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation (2006) starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette; Gerald McMorrow’s Franklyn (2008) with Eva Green and Sam Riley and Critical Eye (2010) starring Hugh Bonneville and Anna Chancellor.