Alexis Krasilovsky specializes in screenwriting and film studies.
MFA in Film/Video, California Institute of the Arts
Author of Great Adaptations: Screenwriting and Global Storytelling (Routledge: NY/London 2018), Alexis Krasilovsky is also the writer/director of two global documentary features: Women Behind the Camera (2007), winner of four Best Documentary Feature awards (www.womenbehindthecamera.com); and Let Them Eat Cake, winner, "Best Documentary Feature," 2015 Paris Independent Film Festival (www.LetThemEatCakeFilm.com). Krasilovsky's films and videos also include End of the Art World, starring Andy Warhol; Exile, filmed in Czechoslovakia before the fall of the Iron Curtain -- aired nationally on PBS; Beale Street; Some Women Writers Kill Themselves; and Blood (see http://alexiskrasilovsky.com). A member of the WGAW, she is also co-author of the book, Shooting Women: Behind the Camera, Around the World (Intellect Press: London, October 2015), contributor to Jill Nelmes' and Jule Selbo's Women Screenwriters: An International Guide (Palgrave-Macmillan, September 2015), and author of Sex and the Cyborg Goddess (published under the pseudonym Alexis Rafael), winner of the Irwin Award for "Best #MeToo Novel of the Year."
Great Adaptations: Screenwriting and Global Storytelling (Routledge 2018) was the 2nd Place Winner in the 2019 International Writers Awards competition.