Alexander Lindh

Writer, German, Finnish, Swedish

Alexander Lindh, born in Helsinki in 1988, is half German, half Finland-Swede. After studying creative writing, cultural and media studies in Hildesheim, Germany, Alexander began to work as a staff writer for the daily drama series Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten. Since taking part in the Serial Eyes programme, Alexander co-created and wrote for NBC Germany’s first in-house produced series Culpa, co-wrote the ProSieben political satire Ein Mann, eine Wahl, co-wrote Red Band Society – The Movie, which premiered in German-language territories in February 2019 and wrote and produced DRUCK, the German adaptation of the Norwegian teen-drama SKAM.

Recent Credits:
DRUCK (S.1) head writer and creative producer, ZDF/FUNK, Bantry Bay, Germany
Club der Roten Bänder, der Film, co-writer, Universum Film, Bantry Bay, Germany
Mapa (in development), creator and head writer, Beta-Film, Readymade Films, Germany

German, English, Swedish

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