Alex Zakrzewski

Alexander "Alex" Zakrzewski is an American television director and cinematographer. He has directed episodes of Cold Case, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Numb3rs, and The Wire, as well as worked on several Tom Fontana produced shows including Homicide: Life on the Street, Oz, and The Jury. Prior to his episodic work, he shot documentaries for independent film makers and the US Networks including several for Harpo Productions, where he developed a reputation for fluid hand-held work. He is currently married to Renee Berberette.

Alex Zakrzewski
Born
Alexander Zakrzewski
OccupationTelevision director, cinematographer
Years active1995–present
Spouse(s)Renee Berberette

For The Wire Zakrzewski directed Season 3, Episode 9, "Slapstick", in 2004.[1][2] He returned in 2006 to direct the ninth episode of the fourth season, "Know Your Place".[3][4] Show runner David Simon, who first worked with Zakrzewski on Homicide: Life On the Street, praised Zakrzewski's work on The Wire's restaurant scene between Howard "Bunny" Colvin and his students in the episode.[5]

Filmography

Director

YearShowEpisodeNotes
2019 FBI "Codename: Ferdinand" Season2, episode 8
The InBetween "The Length Of The River" Season1, episode 6
City on a Hill "From Injustice Came the Way to Describe Justice" Season1, episode 5
Reef Break "Pilot" Season1, episode 1
2018 Daredevil "Upstairs/Downstairs" Season3, episode 8
Animal Kingdom "The Center Will Hold" Season3, episode 3
The Crossing "The Androcle Option" Season1, episode 10
2017 Mercy Street "Unknown Soldier" Season2, episode 5
2016 The Man in the High Caste "Loose Lips" Season2, episode 8
2011 Treme "Santa Claus, Do You Ever Get the Blues?" Season 2, episode 4[6]
2010 Memphis Beat "One Night of Sin" Season 1, episode 5[7]
The Good Wife "Bad" Season 1, episode 13[8]
2008 Life on Mars "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadows" Season 1, episode 4
Swingtown "Running on Empty" Season 1, episode 10
Numb3rs "High Exposure" Season 5, episode 1
"Pay to Play" Season 4, episode 17
CSI: NY "Enough" Season 5, episode 6
Cold Case "Shore Leave Season 6, episode 5
"Bad Reputation" Season 5, episode 16
2007 Cane "One Man Is an Island" Season 1, episode 7
Tell Me You Love Me "1.8" Season 1, episode 8
Smith "Six" Season 1, episode 6
The Unit "The Outsiders" Season 2, episode 19
Cold Case "Thrill Kill" Season 5, episode 1
"Stalker" Season 4, episode 24
"8:03 am" Season 4, episode 14
Numb3rs "Tabu" Season 4, episode 8
"Hollywood Homicide" Season 4, episode 2
"Contenders" Season 3, episode 16
2006 "Two Daughters" Season 3, episode 2
"Double Down" Season 2, episode 13
Cold Case "The War at Home" Season 4, episode 2
"Death Penalty: Final Appeal" Season 3, episode 20
"Sanctuary" Season 3, episode 15
The Unit "Off the Meter" Season 2, episode 7
The Wire "Know Your Place"[3][4] Season 4, episode 8
Saved "Cowboys & Independents" Season 1, episode 6
2005 Numb3rs "Judgment Call" Season 2, episode 1
"Counterfeit Reality" Season 1, episode 7
The Wire "Slapstick"[1][2] Season 3, episode 9
E-Ring "Christmas Story" Season 1, episode 11
Close to Home "Double Life Wife Season 1, episode 7
Law & Order: Criminal Intent "Unchained" Season 5, episode 4
"My Good Name" Season 4, episode 22
Wanted Unknown episodes
CSI: NY "Recycling" Season 1, episode 12
Cold Case "Committed" Season 3, episode 5
"Creatures of the Night" Season 2, episode 21
"Revolution" Season 2, episode 14
2004 "The House" Season 2, episode 4
"Resolutions" Season 1, episode 18
CSI: NY "Three Generations Are Enough" Season 1, episode 8
The Jury "Last Rites" Season 1, episode 5
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "Criminal"
Law & Order: Criminal Intent "Eosphoros" Season 4, episode 5
"Fico Di Capo" Season 3, episode 19
2003 "Pravda" Season 3, episode 5
"The Gift" Season 3, episode 3
"Con-text" Season 2, episode 10
10-8: Officers on Duty "A Hard Day's Night" Season 1, episode 2
The Handler Unknown episodes
Oz "Exeunt Omnes"
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "Abomination"
"Futility"
"Appearances"
"Pandora"
2002 "Disappearing Acts"
"Execution"
"Protection"
Oz "Impotence"
"Visitation"
Boomtown "Coyote"
Hack Unknown episodes
Crossing Jordan "Acts of Mercy"
2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "Scourge"
Oz "Medium Rare"
The Agency Unknown episodes
2000 The Beat Unknown episodes

Cinematographer

References

  1. David Simon (story), George P. Pelecanos (story and teleplay) (November 21, 2004). "Slapstick". The Wire. Season 3. Episode 9. HBO.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  2. "The Wire episode guide – episode 34 Slapstick". HBO. 2004. Retrieved August 24, 2006.
  3. Ed Burns and Richard Price (story), Kia Corthron (teleplay) (November 12, 2004). "Know Your Place". The Wire. Season 4. Episode 09. HBO.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  4. "Episode guide – episode 46 Know Your Place". HBO. 2006. Archived from the original on November 16, 2006. Retrieved November 15, 2006.
  5. Jim King (2003). "3rd Exclusive David Simon interview". The Wire at AOL. Retrieved November 5, 2007. Page 5
  6. HBO. "Treme episode "Santa Claus, Do You Ever Get the Blues?" synopsis". Retrieved May 22, 2011.
  7. Angelina Burnett (July 20, 2010). "One Night of Sin". Memphis Beat. Season 1. Episode 5. TNT.
  8. Ted Humphrey (February 2, 2010). "Bad". The Good Wife. Season 1. Episode 13. CBS.


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