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After finishing high-school in 2001, Alexander Bruckner first started to study psychology and economics. During that time he worked as sales manager for Roesler company. In 2004 he discovered his passion for film while shooting his first movie, a western, in lower Austria. In 2007 he graduated from a film-directing program at the New York Film Academy. After that he lived and worked in Los Angeles until 2010. In 2009 the movie "Addicts" which was co-produced and shot by Alexander Bruckner premiered at the Hollywood Film Festival. Since returning to Austria in 2010 Alexander Bruckner continues his work as producer and started working as camera operator for various Austrian television broadcasters. In 2010 his short film "Udet - never too late", a movie about betrayal and loyalty during World War II, won the Kino5 audience award in Vienna and was also selected to be shown at the Cannes short film corner. That same year Alexander Bruckner became a member of the Austrian Directors Association. In 2013 his latest movie "Onatah", a story about love and death spanning over 500years and two parallel stories, was again selected to screen at the Cannes film festival and shortly after won best drama award at the Hollywood short film festival. In 2014 he graduated from Danube University Krems in Film & TV production and received the title master of arts and management. The same year he founded a film production company with the name "Live Free, Live Film Productions". In 2015 he published his first book about producing movies with the title "Von der Idee zum Digital Cinema Package: Filmprojektentwicklung anhand der Case Study "Onatah" (ISBN-10: 3639873548).