Aleksander Pietrzak – born in 1992 in Płock. Graduated from Music School on piano, and Warsaw Film School in a field of Directing.
His diploma movie Strong Coffee Is Not That Bad has won many awars on various festivals in Poland and abroad. His last short Me and my father has been screened in cinemas as Polish best shorts review. It has won 16 awards in Poland and abroad including audience choice awards in Huesca Film Festival and Heartland Film Festival.
Being 26 years old he has done his feature film debut black comedy Julius with Gigant Films. It was nominated for Golden Lion in Gdynia Film Festival and had wide release in Polish cinemas (the youngest director in the history of the competition).
In TV he has debuted with very famous series 39,5 weeks that had it comeback on September 2019 after 10 years break.
He gained his experience on the sets like Obywatel by J. Stuhr, Bridge of Spies by S. Spielberg, Planet Single by M. Okorn and True Crimes by A. Avranas, as an 1st AD, 2nd Unit Director or AD. In August 2021 his new dramedy called Black Sheep, opened in cinemas. At the time he is graduating from University of Warsaw in Liberal Arts. He is also a lecturer at Warsaw Film School (pre-production) and host’s a radio show called “Cinema t.b.c.”
2021 Czarna owca (film fabularny)
2019 39 i pół (serial fabularny)
2018 Juliusz (film fabularny)
2017 Ja i mój tata (film krótkometrażowy)
2014 Mocna Kawa wcale nie jest taka zła (etiuda szkolna)
2013 Country-Cross (etiuda szkolna)
2013 Dr. Jazz (etiuda szkolna)
2013 Fool for love (film krótkometrażowy)
2011 Cisza (etiuda szkolna)