Alex Holmes is a multi-award winning director, writer and producer working in film and television. Alex directed Channel 4's Coalition, written by James Graham and produced by Cuba Pictures.
Previously Alex directed Dominion, science fiction series for Universal Studios and Bold Films, starring Chris Egan and Roxanne McKee.
Alex also directed feature documentary Stop at Nothing for Oscar winning producers Passion Pictures and ABC Australia. The film tells the story of Lance Armstrong’s Faustian pact with performance enhancing drugs and examines his attempt to keep his secret from the world, which destroyed the support of millions, his friendships, relationships and ultimately, the man himself.
Prior to this Alex wrote Ex-Pats for CBS Films and Sandra Bullock: the story of a CIA agent whose attempts to re-invent herself in the expat community of a European capital are derailed when her past catches up with her. Sandra Bullock is attached to star. Production is scheduled for 2015.
Prior to that Alex adapted the period thriller Interpretation of Murder for US studio Warner Brothers, which he is attached to direct with Paula Weinstein producing. Set against the backdrop of Sigmund Freud’s only visit to the United States in 1909 the film tells the story of a detective who uncovers a trail of sadistic murders concealed beneath the surface of New York's high-society and is forced to confront the darkest recesses of the human mind.
Coalition charts the dramatic days which led to the formation of a new government between the Tories and Lib Dems in 2010, and the rise of a man who created an unprecedented political phenomenon in his wake- Cleggmania.
Sci-fi series which follows the perilous journey of a rebellious young soldier when he discovers he's the unlikely savior of humanity.
Writer & Director
Writer & Director & Producer
Writer & Director
Produced with Oscar winning producers Passion Pictures (One Day in September) and ABC Australia. Stop at Nothing explores Lance Armstrong’s Faustian pact with performance enhancing drugs and examines how the attempt to keep his secret from the world destroyed long-standing friendships, the faith of millions of supporters, and ultimately,the man himself.