Alex Bergman

Alex Bergman

Cinematographer, director and director of photography in Los Angeles, California

About Alex

I was raised in the Bronx and schooled in NYC. Left high school to study cinema and pursue my career in film. It worked, with me getting my first cinematography gig at 19 shooting on 16mm in West Africa. I've gone on to shoot many high profile music videos and commercials as well as several feature films. I love the collaborative process and will always push a project to be something better than it would have been.


Name: Alex Bergman

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Occupation: Cinematographer, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Filmmaker and Screenwriter

Credits

  • The Spider Witch

    The Spider Witch (2015)
    Film by Joshua Sobel (Short and Horror) Cinematographer

  • Consumed

    Consumed (2015)
    Film by Daryl Wein (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer Political thriller set in the world of GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms). It follows a single mother who goes on a journey to uncover the cause of her son's mysterious illness. Interwoven are the stories of a CEO grappling with his son's autism, an organic farmer in danger of losing his farm, and two scientists on the brink of a major discovery. Written by Daryl Wein

  • Years & Years: An Artificial Experience Music Motion Picture

    Years & Years: An Artificial Experience Music Motion Picture (2015)
    Film by Brian Harrison (Short, Fantasy and Music) Producer

  • Scherzo Diabolico

    Scherzo Diabolico (2015)
    Film by Adrián García Bogliano (Comedy, Horror and Thriller) Producer A bored accountant can't win for losing. He is passed over for promotion at work, has a nagging shrew of a wife, and is generally disrespected by all he comes in contact with. He devises a scheme to get what he feels he is owed. After executing his well thought out plan of kidnap and ransom, things soon go straight to hell. Written by Anon

  • Blunderbus

    Blunderbus (2014)
    Film by Ashley Louis (Short and Comedy) Cinematographer Two life long friends on the verge of adulthood live in a tent to save money for a cross country road trip planned since childhood. Just before they leave, unpleasant truths emerge that threaten to destroy everything.

  • Let's Get Digital

    Let's Get Digital (2014)
    Film by Daryl Wein (Short and Comedy) Cinematographer Matt and Sophie are both dating other people when they first meet on a double date. Through a series of serendipitous, mobile occurrences, their relationship becomes a reality.

  • Lana

    Lana (2013)
    Film by Berman Fenelus (Short and Drama) Cinematographer Addicted and alone, but for her co-dependent boyfriend, Lana is a shadow of her former self. Arriving at a new low, she confronts her past, but will Lana find the strength to move forward?

  • Enrique Iglesias ft. Sammy Adams: Finally Found You

    Enrique Iglesias ft. Sammy Adams: Finally Found You (2012)
    Video by Yasha Malekzad (Short and Music) Cinematographer

  • Anna in the Woods

    Anna in the Woods (2011)
    Film by Alex Pearl (Short, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer A young girl kills herself, in hopes of escaping her miserable life, but what comes next for her may be even worse than the reality she tries to leave.

  • Conquests

    Conquests (2011)
    Film by Caroline Kessler (Short, Drama and Music) Cinematographer Through a woman's own introspection and documentation, we fall deeper into the dreamlike seductions of herself and others. Pulling from the elegance of silent film, to the vivid storytelling of French New Wave, CONQUESTS deals with a psychology of disconnection that is uniquely modern. Written by Anonymous

  • The Rainbow Room

    The Rainbow Room (2011)
    Film by Igor Yankilevich (Short and Drama) Cinematographer Stuck in an abandoned warehouse, a group of heroin addicts anxiously await for their drug dealer to arrive.

  • The Loving Story

    The Loving Story (2011)
    Film by Nancy Buirski (Documentary, Drama, History and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A racially-charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this documentary about Richard and Mildred Loving, set during the turbulent Civil Rights era. Long Way Home: The Loving Story is a story of love and the struggle for dignity set against a backdrop of historic anti-miscegenation sentiments in the U.S. The Lovings, an interracial couple, fell in love and married at a critical time in American history, and, because of a confluence of social and political turmoil our reluctant heroes bring about change where previously no one else could. They are paired with two young and ambitious lawyers who are driven to pave the way for Civil Rights and social justice through an historic Supreme Court ruling, changing the country's story forever. Written by Anonymous

  • Party Smashers

    Party Smashers (2011)
    Film by Matthew Merz (Short and Comedy) Editor

  • Who Dat

    Who Dat (2010)
    Video by Maxim Bohichik (Short and Music) Cinematographer

  • Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)

    Tonight (I'm Lovin' You) (2010)
    I by Maxim Bohichik (Short and Music) Director

  • Living for 32

    Living for 32 (2010)
    Film by Kevin Breslin (Documentary, Short and News) Camera and Electrical Department Living for 32 is the inspirational story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre which occurred on the Virginia Tech campus, April 16th, 2007. The winning combination of Colin's passion, charisma and optimism has commanded the attention of the American public and media since the devastating incident which left 32 dead and 17 injured. In Living for 32, Colin shares an intimate account of terror he and his classmates endured and the courageous journey of renewal and hope he chose to pursue. Written by Maria Cuomo Cole

  • Breaking Upwards

    Breaking Upwards (2009)
    Film by Daryl Wein (Romance) Cinematographer A young New York couple intricately strategize their own break up.

  • Simba

    Simba (2009)
    Video by Maxim Bohichik (Short and Music) Director

  • Good Old Days

    Good Old Days (2008)
    Film by Seamus McNally (Short and Drama) Cinematographer Two strangers meet in a bar and the younger one laments the gentrification that has occurred on New York's Lower East Side. The older man gives him a taste of the what it was really like in the "good" old days.

  • Sex Positive

    Sex Positive (2008)
    Film by Daryl Wein (Documentary) Cinematographer Sex Positive explores the life of Richard Berkowitz, a revolutionary gay S&M hustler turned AIDS activist in the 1980s, whose incomparable contribution to the invention of safe sex has never been aptly credited. Mr. Berkowitz emerged from the epicenter of the epidemic demanding a solution to the problem before the outside world would take heed. Now destitute and alone, Mr. Berkowitz tells his story to a world who never wanted to listen. Written by Anonymous

  • Baggage

    Baggage (2008)
    Video by Charlie Hofheimer (Short and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department When a naive hippy reluctantly agrees to visit New York City, she soon realizes the City is just as unpredictable as the people who inhabit it.

  • To Paint the Portrait of a Bird

    To Paint the Portrait of a Bird (2007)
    Film by Seamus McNally (Short) Camera and Electrical Department An aging, reclusive painter sets out into the wilderness to create a final masterpiece and obtain a kind of "divine affirmation" that his life spent as an artist has not been in vain. Meanwhile, a young boy looks on documenting his observations of the artist at work, which becomes the text of the poem and narrative for the film. Written by Seamus McNally

  • American Gangster

    American Gangster (2007)
    Film by Ridley Scott (Biography, Crime and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Following the death of his employer and mentor, Bumpy Johnson, Frank Lucas establishes himself as the number one importer of heroin in the Harlem district of Manhattan. He does so by buying heroin directly from the source in South East Asia and he comes up with a unique way of importing the drugs into the United States. As a result, his product is superior to what is currently available on the street and his prices are lower. His alliance with the New York Mafia ensures his position. It is also the story of a dedicated and honest policeman, Richie Roberts, who heads up a joint narcotics task force with the Federal government. Based on a true story. Written by garykmcd

  • The Sacrifice

    The Sacrifice (2003)
    Film by Catherine Bruhier (Short) Actor After a disturbing visit with a fortuneteller Clara makes the unthinkable choice to sacrifice her love. Her journey is a testament to what can happen when we let our fears get the best of us, instead of following our hearts. Written by Catherine Bruhier

  • Så vit som en snö

    Så vit som en snö (2001)
    Film by Jan Troell (Biography, Drama and Romance) Actor Inspired by real-life Elsa Andersson, this mostly fictional movie tells the story of her upbringing as a farmer's daughter, in the early 1900s, who dreams of getting away from the farm and becoming an aviatrix.

  • Ronny & Julia

    Ronny & Julia (2000)
    Television Actor

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