Aleksandr M. Vinogradov is a film director/ producer based in Brussels. Born in North of Russia, in 2002 he moved to Moscow after receiving his master degree in law. For several years he worked as a graphic designer and in 2008 participated in a one year program of the motion design for TV at The British Higher School of Art and Design. He also attended a special art direction course in Central Saint Martins (London) in 2009. At the same year he started to work as a creative director in an advertising agency Agey Tomesh in Moscow. In 2012 he graduated the Humanitarian Institute of TV with honors and presented his graduation film “Five Steps of Butoh”. The film got Grad Prix, Best Documentary and Best Cinematography awards at Telemania Film Festival in 2012. The following year he produced several films for main TV channels in Russia, as well as his own art projects about the contemporary dance. In 2014 he was working as a unit director for a BBC feature documentary "Robbie Williams: Fans Journey to Tallinn". In 2015 he graduated documentary filmmaker's master program DocNomads. His latest film “Call Me Chaos” was premiered at Visions Du Reel in 2016.