Author/Writer; Director; Filmmaker; Illustrator; Media/Visual Communications; Mixed Media Artist; Multiple Art Forms; Performance Art; Photographer; Playwright; Printmaker; Producer; Sculpture; Storyteller; Teacher/Instructor
Alix Lambert's feature length documentary The Mark of Cain was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award, received an honorable mention from the French Association of Journalism, and aired on Nightline. She went on to produce additional segments of Nightline as well as 7 segments for the PBS series LIFE 360. She has directed and produced two other feature length documentaries; Bayou Blue (made in collaboration with David McMahon) and Mentor. She is currently directing the feature length documentary, Goodbye, Fat Larry. She has directed numerous shorts and music videos including You As You Were for the band Shearwater (Sub Pop) and Tiffany (POV). Lambert has written for a number of magazines including Stop Smiling, ArtForum, The LA Weekly, and Filmmaker Magazine, to name a few. She wrote Episode 6, season 3 of Deadwood: “A Rich Find” (for which she was nominated for a WGA award) and was a staff writer and associate producer on John From Cinicinnati. She was a writer on the video game Syndicate. As an artist Lambert has exhibited her work to international critical acclaim, showing in The Venice Biennale, The Museum of Modern Art, The Georges Pompidou Center, and the Kwangju Biennnale, to name a few. She is the author of five books: Mastering The Melon, The Silencing, Russian Prison Tattoos, Crime, and Courtroom. For theater, she has written and directed Crime, USA, which has been staged at Joe’s Pub in NYC, and the Cairns Festival in Australia and Crime, USA, Hartford, which was staged at Real Art Ways. Lambert co-founded and is co-artistic director of The Brooklyn International Theater Company (with Nelson George and Danny Simmons). She has conceived of and directed two original series for MOCAtv; Crime: The Animated Series and Ambiance Man. She recently produced segments for This American Life and Theory of Everything. Lambert has received grants from the NEA, NYFA and The Roberts Foundation and residencies and/or fellowships from: The MacDowell Colony, Headlands, The Studios of Key West, The McColl Center, The MIT Media Lab in Cambridge. She was The Booth Tarkington Writer in Residence at Butler University for the 2014-15 school year. She is currently developing her original animated series Prison Zoo. Her pilot episode of Obits premiered at Tribeca, 2019. A theaterical version of Courtroom will be staged at Joe’s Pub January 2022.