Alex's Mission.

Alex Gibney's profile on CBS Sunday Morning delves into his background, how it inspired his body of work, and what drives him.


"Alex Gibney isn’t just one of America’s most prolific documentary makers, he’s also one of the best."

- The Guardian

Cyber Security.

Zero Days delves deep into the world of cyber warfare, bringing this dangerous new front to the fore. 

Winner of the Peabody Award for documentaries and Oscar-nominated for Best Documentary.

"an intriguing and disturbing watch"

- The Guardian

Alex Tells The New York Times His 5 Favorite Films of the 21st Century.

"I don’t even like proclaiming “great films.” I remember that my father spent most of his life wanting to be a “great man,” but became more interesting and important to me when he became a “good man,” sharp, curious and more interested in listening than making speeches.

My list comprises “good films” that stirred my heart in unexpected ways

- Alex Gibney, The New York Times
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"I’ve called him the documentary’s greatest prosecutor. His films are the perfect closing arguments. He starts with maybe a small story that doesn’t seem necessarily related to the larger thesis and he just gets bigger and bigger."

- A.J Schnack, Vulture

30 For 30.

Catching Hell slides headfirst into one of professional baseball's most infamous moments - and the controversy that would surround it for years to come.

"The film is accessible -- and funny -- enough to attract a wide audience, sports-minded or not."
- Variety

"Filmmaker Alex Gibney dissects an infamous sports incident in fascinating and wildly entertaining detail."
- The Hollywood Reporter

A Few Trailers.

Going Clear: Scientology & the Prison of Belief.

Winner of 3 Emmys including Best Documentary.

"Absolutely riveting

- Toronto Sun

Taxi to the Dark Side.

The 2007 Academy Award-winner for Best Documentary.

"Let’s hope we can turn this country around, move away from the dark side and back to the light."

- Alex Gibney, Academy Awards 

We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks.

"Engaging, kinetic, revelatory and unexpected."

- Newsday

Director. Producer. Writer.                                                                 


Oscar & Emmy award winner Alex Gibney, known for his gripping, deeply insightful documentaries, is regarded as one of the most accomplished non-fiction filmmakers working today. He received a Best Feature-Length Documentary Oscar for Taxi to the Dark Side, a Best Director nomination from the DGA, as well as a Writer's Guild award for Best Screenplay. Alex received another Academy Award nomination for Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, and served as an Executive Producer for the Academy Award nominated No End In Sight.

His film Zero Days, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival and was acquired by Magnolia Pictures, was shortlisted for the 2017 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. In 2015 Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, premiered at Sundance and went on to win 3 Emmys. 
ther films include We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks; Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson; The Armstrong Lie; Sinatra: All or Nothing At All; Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, Finding Fela; My Trip to Al Qaeda; and Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer.

Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In the House Of God earned 3 Emmy Awards, while Catching Hell, produced for ESPN, was nominated for a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Sports Documentary. His latest doc, No Stone Unturned, will make its' world premiere at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.

Alex is also the Executive Producer of two current streaming series; The New Yorker Presents for Amazon, and Cooked for Netflix with Michael Pollan.