Alex Secker is an award-winning writer/director/editor.
Having written and directed several short films, some of which have gone on to national and international festivals, Secker turned his attention to features in 2017 with the award-winning post-apocalyptic thriller Follow the Crows. He followed this up in 2019 with the folk-horror ONUS, which has received distribution in the USA and Canada.
In 2018 he wrote and directed his first stage play, a psychological thriller called The Door, which won the People's Choice Award at the 2018 Swinge Festival.
Alongside his work in film and theatre, Secker co-created and produced the audio drama FOLKLORE, and has self-published several books, including the short story collection He Was Dead, the horror novella Elizabeth's Job, and the thriller Real(i)ty.
Secker appears regularly on BBC Wiltshire to discuss films, and hosts both the Cultish Movies and the My Kind of Movie podcast, and has written for various film-centric publications, including a weekly column about movie news on Battle Royale with Cheese.
He lives in Wiltshire with his partner and two children.