Alice Stone

Alice Stone is an independent filmmaker who has worked in a wide variety of genres. Her documentary feature about women bikers, “She Lives to Ride,” was nominated for an IDA Distinguished Achievement award. An ITVS production, it was released theatrically across the US by Artistic License Films and then broadcast on PBS, Channel 4 (UK), Canal Plus (France) and in several other countries.

She created a reality television series, “Ding Dong Feng Shui,” a culture clash comedy about Americans’ embrace of ancient Chinese wisdom, for Scout Productions (“Queer Eye”) and ABC Family. She has written and directed four comedy shorts, two of which continue to screen at the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, MA. The author of four screenplays, Alice has had two scripts optioned by production companies.

Alice co-wrote and edited the documentary feature “Goodbye Baby” (New Day Films), about international adoption from the Guatemalan perspective and edited the feature “No Turning Back,” about a human rights activist. She began her career editing political music videos for Peter Gabriel, Jackson Browne, and others, and then worked as an assistant editor on several feature films, for directors Jonathan Demme, Susan Seidelman, David Mamet, and others.

She is currently producing a documentary feature, “Angelo Unwritten,” about a troubled yet gifted foster youth and his complicated relationship with his foster family.

Alice is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College.