Alexander Younis is an Austrian filmmaker with extensive experience in business and the arts. Since 2003 he has successfully founded and lead companies in Europe and developed the business concept for the Best Ever Group – Bahamas first indigenous film production company. He is directly involved in the financing, production and distribution of the company's products.
Younis founded his first business at the age of 21 in the Information Technology industry. He thrived for several years as an independent Financial Services Manager before being courted to serve as a Consulting Director at one of Austria's biggest financial services companies INVESTcon.
In 2009 Younis founded two companies providing economic forest management with clients in Central and Eastern Europe including Austria, Slovakia, Serbia and Romania. As Executive Chairman, Younis established a capital market prospectus and developed long term strategies for ecological sustainable forestry management.
Before launching Best Ever Film, Younis spearheaded a successful real estate development in one of Austria’s most visited skiing areas with his international development entity Coeptum Bonum GmbH. During his career he has traveled extensively, residing in Eastern-Europe and Canada.
During his career he has travelled extensively, residing in eastern Europe and Canada. Younis’ discipline in business extends to his commitment to develop his different personal interests such as the studies of ancient literature, practice of yoga and various martial arts, as a helicopter pilot, free-diver and musician. These diverse interests and his extensive world travel eventually led him towards an artistic path of writing, producing and directing films. 2012-2014 he produced and directed short films shot in Austria, Egypt and the Bahamas respectively, as well worked as producer on Brigidy Bram 2016.
Since 2013 Younis resides in The Bahamas also developing his first feature "Bliss" as writer/director. Younis produced Best Ever Film’s first feature “Cargo”, shot entirely in Nassau The Bahamas, in worldwide distribution since 2018. Cargo is to date the biggest and best performing indigenously produced feature film in The Bahamas.