Alexander Greenhough is co-creator of three low-budget feature films belonging to the so-called Aro Valley Film Movement: tales of 20-something ennui set in Wellington. He directed, co-wrote, and co-produced the first, I Think I'm Going (2003), then with Elric Kane, co-directed, co-wrote, and co-produced Murmurs and Kissy Kissy. All three premiered at the NZ International Film Festival. Greenhough is now based in the US. 

Their films belie their low-budget origins, and show that directors armed with a literate script, talented actors, a lot of energy and above all courage, can make interesting and thought-provoking films. Brannavan Gnanalingam, from a 2007 Lumiere profile on Greenhough and collaborator Elric Kane

Campbell Walker is a Friend of Mine

2010, Subject - Film

When We're Apart

2007, Cinematographer, Editor, Producer, Director, Story - Short Film

Kissy Kissy

2007, Editor, Writer, Producer, Director - Film


2004, Editor, Cinematographer, Writer, Producer, Director - Film

I Think I'm Going

2003, Director, Writer, Producer - Film