ALEKSANDER BACH

ALEKSANDER BACH has a penchant for action and slice-of-life narrative. As an alumnus of The Institute for Music and Media in Düsseldorf, Bach graduated with a degree in A/V Engineering and a diploma in classical piano, utilizing this dual skill set in his early career as a director. After several projects directing music videos and music documentaries in Asia, Bach ventured into advertising following his postgraduate studies at the acclaimed film academy at Baden-Württemberg / Ludwigsburg. Bach has worked with clients such as RWE, Mercedes-Benz, Nike, Nivea and the Red Cross, work which has culminated in multiple awards including Young Director Award in Cannes 2008 and 2009, New York Festival Gold Award in 2010 and Art Directors Club Awards in both 2010 and 2011. Aleksander Bach’s first feature film was 20th Century FOX’s Hitman: Agent 47, starring Zachary Quinto and Rupert Friend.