Alexandra Roxo is a Brazilian-American director, producer, and actor who brings a sense of humor and humanity to her intelligent and unflinching work, including the comedy web series, Be Here Nowish, which was recently released on Ora TV and Fullscreen to much critical and popular acclaim and the provocative documentary series Every Woman for Vice.com which was recently given a pilot deal for Viceland, developed by EP Spike Jonze. Both of which she co-directed and developed with long-time collaborator Natalie Leite. Her work has been featured on NPR, MTV, Purple Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Miami Art Basel, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Refinery 29, NBC New York, Vogue, i-D, London Times, The Guardian, Bullet Magazine, and numerous film festivals internationally. Roxo directed the feature film Mary Marie that toured the festival circuit last year and which New York Magazine called a “haunting debut feature.” Her second feature film Out of Range was selected for IFP’s No Borders Program, SAG Indie Reading Series, and IFP’s Emerging Narratives as well as being a Sundance lab finalist. Her commercial work includes projects for Bud Light, Oscar Meyer, and Land Rover, Nasty Gal, and several indie fashion labels. She is currently shooting a short documentary film for Glamour Magazine, chronicling the life and times of a young woman coming of age in NE Brazil. She also leads and has facilitated filmmaking workshops with non profits such as GEMS, Art Start, Youth in Focus, andCaritas.