Philip Alexander Gibney is an American documentary film director and producer.
15 Facts About Alex Gibney
Alex Gibney was born in New York City, the son of Harriet and journalist Frank Alex Gibney.
Alex Gibney served as executive producer of the documentary No End in Sight.
Alex Gibney's film Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr Hunter S Thompson is a documentary based on Hunter S Thompson's life and his "Gonzo" style of journalism.
Under executive producer Martin Scorsese, Alex Gibney was series producer for the PBS television series The Blues and writer-producer of The Pacific Century.
Alex Gibney is president of Jigsaw Productions, which produces independent films, documentaries and television series.
Alex Gibney has been honored by the Yale Film Studies program for his contributions to film culture.
Alex Gibney's 2013 film We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, is a comprehensive look at WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, and Chelsea Manning.
The Wikileaks organization itself has objected to the way Alex Gibney portrayed it, and has posted a line-by-line rebuttal to the entire film.
In 2015, Alex Gibney received the inaugural Hitchens Prize, awarded in honor of the late writer Christopher Hitchens.
Alex Gibney had previously collaborated with Hitchens on a documentary film adaption of Hitchens's book The Trial of Henry Kissinger.
Alex Gibney writes for The Atlantic, and has written for Huffington Post and other publications.
Alex Gibney has been a resident of Summit, New Jersey.
On June 19,2008, Alex Gibney's company filed for arbitration, arguing that THINKFilm failed to properly distribute and promote his film Taxi to the Dark Side.
Alex Gibney sued for over a million dollars in damages and stated that the film has grossed only $280,000.