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PRODUCTION: Director/Producer

Alexandra Moskalenko was born in Paris in 1971. She comes from a family of artists as her Russian grandmother graduated from the Arts Academy of Riga, her father was a civil engineer and her mother is an artist painter, who regularly shows her paintings in various exhibition venues across France.

Alexandra studied Economics, Finance, International Trade Law and Marketing in Paris where, in 1992, she co-founded “Mecen’Art”, a charitable association for the promotion of Contemporary Art. She worked at the Direction des Affaires Culturelles de la Ville de Paris during the 1994 Paris Music Festival, and participated in the opening of two new museums. She has worked at the Victoria and Albert Museum in the Exhibitions Department and has been working as the Marketing and Events Manager of The Fan Museum in Greenwich since 1995.

She has curated and organised many exhibitions including “And Now, How do you Feel?” in Blackheath Halls (January 2000) and bi-monthly exhibitions at the CY club in Mayfair (September 1998 - May 1999). She has been working as a Marketing, Fund-raising and Public Relations Consultant for clients such as Hirschl Contemporary Art, CRISP (The Oxford Street Festival of British Comic Art), and LAPADA (The Association of Art and Antique Dealers).

Alexandra is also an artist painter. She has works in private collections in Paris and London. She started working with films as a new medium initially to present an artist’s work and practice and to convey and share the experience of meeting artists and encountering their work. In March 2001 she produced and directed “Portrait of an Artist”, and the short film “The Clock”. Since 2001 she has participated in various screenwriting workshops (Script factory, Croydon Clocktower) and attended several Raindance film production courses.

In 2002 she was commissioned by the National Maritime Museum to produce a short film “Tattoos” for the “Skin Deep” exhibition (22nd March – 30th September 2002) and was interviewed on BBC radio 4 for the promotion of the film and the exhibition.

Since 2003 she has been working on “Tea Time”, a film about a year in the life of the Blackheath Tea Hut, a tea stall situated on the A2 motorway, in Greenwich, London longitude 0°.