Director Biography

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Director Biography

Award-winning Actor and Director, Alex Milani, was a former international model for many independent agencies. Milani had a unique, sharp image look for modeling agencies that needed models for photo shoots such as for business, serious, and intense. Milani’s modeling career began at the age of 6, he entered numerous contests in his hometown, and after few years, then traveled across Europe and modeled overseas for many other modeling agencies as well. At the age 17 Milani was failing one of his core electives in High School. He was called up to the principal’s office and had his counselor give him class theater. Milani’s first play was called Valkyrie. His role was a German officer he played really well named Claus von Stauffenberg. His performing arts teacher was really impressed by his acting skills that she recommended to his parent for him to seek a career as an Actor and Director. Milani also modeled for some men’s cologne stores between 2001-2009 in Europe and America. In 2010, Milani entered an international small screen writers contest in Los Angeles, and won 2 awards for best-written screenplay Legend of a Hitman.

After winning 2 awards for his screen play, Legend of a Hitman, Milani was convinced he had a successful motion picture. Milani spent a year in Los Angeles meeting with top directors, and actors to evaluate his directing and acting skills to make sure he had talent, as well as understand the concept of filming and Directing. In 2011, Milani decided to take things into his own hands and start his own agency called Hitman Entertainment Studios, which he wanted a new standard in cinema separate from all major Hollywood Directors and creating a unique, intense, realistic style that was completely brand new to the industry, and not repetition or imitation. In 2015, Milani also started his VFx studios called Motion Cinema Studios, where he gave intern students a chance to work along with Hitman Entertainment Studios.

To bring unique filming style 7D, a new technique and technology, and special fx, he was approached by a Japanese company that was developing new cinematic cameras for less than the average cost of red, or Panavision, and other major cinematic cameras used today when filming movies. However, film was always his passion, as he always wanted to become an actor and director in his own first big motion picture high-adrenaline, action, suspenseful film. After winning the International screen writers contest, he was more than convinced that he had a solid script idea that would be a blockbuster hit one day, and started to look for composers from all over the world.

Alex Milani’s main focus was to find composers that had unique cinematic music sound and style to Milani’s motion picture and later received numerous responses in regards to his film, although Milani was really impressed by a composer Karl Lenton. Milani also participated in many small theatrical roles in his spare time to see if he was capable of acting, and had talent to play different characters in front of audiences, and deliver the best performance to the viewers who came to watch him perform whether in theater, short films, or on Broadway.

In addition to finding his first composer Karl Lenton, he also found two other composers by the names of Jonas Hörnqvist and Magnus Hörnqvist, also very talented individuals, composers for scoring motion picture soundtrack, and trailers soundtracks for the film. Today, Milani continues working on his film and, still receives funding from all parts of the world from investors, fans, and fund-raising companies online to complete his motion picture.