Alex and Andrew Smith are filmmakers who hail from Montana. Their most recent feature is Walking Out, a feature film adaptation of David Quammen’s landmark short story. Walking Out stars Golden Globe winner Matt Bomer (The Last Tycoon, The Normal Heart) Josh Wiggins (Max, Hellion), Bill Pullman, (Lost Highway) and Indie Spirit-nominated Lily Gladstone (Certain Women). Producers include Brunson Green (The Help), and Laura Ivey. The film premiered in the Dramatic Competition at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and is being released by IFC Films on Oct. 6th.
The Brothers Smith previous wrote, directed and produced Winter In The Blood, a feature film based on the classic James Welch novel, which had its world premiere at the LA Film Festival, and stars Chaske Spencer, Julia Jones (both of The Twilight Saga) and David Morse. The film won numerous international film festival awards, and is distributed by Kino Lorber.

Previously, Alex and Andrew wrote and directed The Slaughter Rule, a feature film starring Ryan Gosling, David Morse, Amy Adams & Clea Duval which premiered in the Dramatic Competition at Sundance and was nominated for an Indie Spirit Award.
They have also adapted the graphic novel Son Of The Gun by legendary cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky for Fox Searchlight, and Remembering Laughter-- by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Wallace Stegner-- for filmmaker, Rodrigo Garcia, with Mia Wiakowski attached.

The Brothers Smith also frequently work in television, and are currently writing two pilots— an adaptation of Kevin Brockmeier’s best-selling novel, The Brief History Of The Dead, for Amazon Studios— and The Darklings, a horror fantasy set in post-WWII Europe— for Red Arrow, an international production company. The Smith Brothers have previously written scripts for HBO, Warner Bros, Disney, Sony, and FX. The Smith Brothers have worked with Lars Von Trier, Terrance Malick and David O. Russell.
Alex is based in Woodstock, New York, and Andrew, his twin brother, is a Professor in the Cinema and Digital Media Department at University of California- Davis, and lives in San Francisco with his wife and two daughters

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