What We Believe

Trafalgar Street Productions (TSP) seeks unique stories, voices, and approaches that continue the tradition of uniting humanity through the sharing of ideas. More precisely, TSP connects the very personal with the universal and show emotional links in stories that unify diverse and indeed divergent voices, provoking thought and even more stories to tell.

In an age when voices are increasingly dividing, the development of stories through film that highlight what connects us rather than divides us is critical.

What We Do

TPS aims are to:

  1. Develop and produce a unique and diverse slate of films

  2. Provide Line producer and service production services

  3. Provide consulting services for first time producers and directors, working to support them through the process

Alexandra Breede brings a wealth of experience in practical production both in film, television and bespoke content. Alongside developing the company's slate, Alexandra also offers script consultancy, budgets, schedules and breakdowns to projects on a broad range of scales including line producer services. 

We are always looking for new ideas and stories that need to be told. 

Who We Are

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Alexandra Breede is a Canadian/German producer working in the United Kingdom. 

She has produced four films with Open Palm Films, MAKING NOISE QUIETLY, directed by company founder Dominic Dromgoole, UNDERCLIFFE (Austin Film Festival), directed by Lisa Mulcahy, POND LIFE, directed by Bill Buckhurst, and BENJAMIN (BFI London Film Festival) written and directed by Simon Amstell. Alexandra was also Head for Production at Open Palm from 2016 to May 2018. 

Prior to joining Open Palm, Alexandra worked at the Globe Theatre where she associate produced the COMPLETE WALK short film project, which consisted of 37 short films by 15 directors starring 72 different actors. The project was created to celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th Birthday. 

Alexandra is a graduate of the National Film and Television school where she produced a number of short films, including GROUP B, which was nominated for a Student Academy Award and won the RTS Award for Graduate Fiction. Her other short films include FULFILAMENT, a stop-motion animation and PIONEERS, a documentary set in the Mojave dessert. Collectively these shorts have screened in over 60 festivals worldwide including AFI, TIFF KIDS, Austin, St. Sebastian, Melbourne, Nashville, and Cinequest. 

Alexandra is currently developing her own slate of films with her company Trafalgar Street Productions. Films include 9-LINER, an "inside the wire" account of the NATO war in Afghanistan, HER SOUL, an adaption of Amelia Rosselli’s play of the same name, and ALMOST, AGAIN an original screenplay by Canadian writer and director Briana Brown. 


She also works as a freelance line producer and production manager with credits including BLUE IGUANA  staring Sam Rockwell, COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS, NOCTURNAL , THE WAR BELOW and FISHERMAN'S FRIENDS 2.