Alix Lambert

Alix Lambert is a filmmaker, photographer and writer living in NYC. Her films include the Independent Spirit Award-nominated The Mark of Cain, Bayou Blue and Mentor, and she has also directed shorts and web series. She is currently in production on Goodbye, Fat Larry. Lambert is the author of four books: Mastering The Melon, The Silencing, Russian Prison Tattoos and Crime. Learn more about her work here.

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Talks

Getting Weepy Watching Movies on Planes

By Alix Lambert | September 13, 2016

Getting Weepy Watching Movies on Planes

Alix Lambert has cried (profusely) at a lot of movies while 30,000 feet in the air, and she isn't afraid to talk about it.

Sworn Virgin and My Own Time Among the Sworn Virgins of Northern Albania

By Alix Lambert | April 28, 2016

Sworn Virgin and My Own Time Among the Sworn Virgins of Northern Albania

Watching Laura Bispuri's new film, documentarian Alix Lambert recalls her own experiences with women who choose to (or must) live a masculine life.

Alix Lambert (The Mark of Cain) Talks with Fred Armisen (Portlandia) for The Talkhouse Film Podcast

By Alix Lambert | February 3, 2016

Alix Lambert (The Mark of Cain) Talks with Fred Armisen (Portlandia) for The Talkhouse Film Podcast

Armisen and Lambert, who have known each other since they were students, share stories from their friendship of close to 30 years.

Alix Lambert (The Mark of Cain) Talks Adam Salky’s I Smile Back

By Alix Lambert | October 26, 2015

Alix Lambert (The Mark of Cain) Talks Adam Salky’s I Smile Back

Sarah Silverman is as unflinching and committed in her performance as a troubled suburban mother as she is in her standup comedy.

Alix Lambert (The Mark of Cain) Talks Eskil Vogt’s Blind

By Alix Lambert | September 8, 2015

Alix Lambert (The Mark of Cain) Talks Eskil Vogt’s Blind

The Norwegian screenwriter's directorial debut is a compelling portrait of how a woman who's lost her sight sees the world.