Alex Loukos

ALEX LOUKOS is a multidisciplinary storytelling professional.
He is a bilingual senior editor, producer and director of French language productions in Toronto for film and TV.

While music has always been central in his work, his passion for composing is back with a vengeance.

Alex studied cinema in Paris and developed early on a palette of diverse cultural and artistic sensibilities beyond the cinematic space, including theatre, electroacoustic music and art installations.

His present goal is to expand his credits as a music composer and further develop his craft and scope of work through collaborations and continuous learning.
His experience of what a director needs and how to help them find what will enhance and ultimately serve their story is his strongest asset.

Top Credits

- Urban Forests (feature documentary to be released in 2024), associate music producer and music editor. Testa Productions & National Film Board of Canada co-production.
- Perils (drama short), source music. (Original music by Spencer Creaghan).
- Following Padejo (feature documentary), original music.
- A Foretaste of Manon's Lies (musical short), song writer and music editor. (Music by Njo Kong Kie).
- Micro Macro (collective art installation), video and soundscape. In collaboration with noise artist/musician Alan Bloor and visual artists.
- Façon de voir, manières de croire (collective art installation) video, soundscape and music. In collaboration with visual artists.


Animation, Documentary, Drama, Experimental


Composer, Music Editor, Music Producer


English, French




Associate member of Canadian Cinema Editors
Founding member of Le Labo, francophone media arts centre in Toronto
Member of FRIC (French Language Independent Directors of Canada)