Paul G. Andrews (film producer)

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Paul G. Andrews
Born (1964-01-23) January 23, 1964 (age 58)
Barnet, London, England
Nationality British
Alma mater University of North London
Occupation producer, filmmaker, screenwriter
Years active 1997–present
Notable work(s) Boogie Man

Paul G. Andrews (born January 23, 1964) is an English producer[1], filmmaker and screenwriter. He is known for his collaboration with Thomas Keneally, Sean McNamara and Andy Morahan.[2][3]

Early life and education

Paul G. Andrews was born on January 23, 1964 in Barnet, London. From 1970 to 1983, he studied at schools in Headcorn and Maidstone, Kent.

In 1989 he enrolled in a Business Studies degree course at the University of North London.

Career

Since 2002 Andrews has worked with BBC as TV producer amongst other channels until 2011.

In 2017/2018 he produced the feature film Boogie Man, which won the Cardiff International Film Festival 2018 award for Best Feature Film – English Language.[4][5]

In December 2018 Paul was a member of the jury at the Sochi International Film Festival and Awards (SIFFA) 2018, judging the short film and documentary category.[6][7]

As of January 2019, he is producing the feature film Orwell, based on the period of George Orwell's life during the Spanish civil war. He is also producing four movies with Thomas Keneally, one called The Great Hunger, an epic movie about the Irish Potato Famine.[8]

Filmography

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Year Film Credit
2011 Inside Russia scriptwriter, director, producer
2016 Invasion Earth executive producer
2016 Juliana & the Medicine Fish producer
2017 Borstal executive producer
2017 The Doll Master executive producer
2017 The Howling executive producer
2018 Red Army Hooligans executive producer
2018 Boogie Man[2] Producer
TBA The Great Hunger producer
TBA Orwell producer

Personal life

Paul has two children: Chloe (born in 1992) and Lucas (born in 2000).

References

  1. Inc, Nielsen Business Media (1997-04-05) (in en). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.. https://books.google.com.ua/books?id=BA8EAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA72&lpg=PA72&dq=paul+andrews+producer&source=bl&ots=yNFU0LVU0p&sig=ACfU3U053QNyk5Cbret8yY8loOdwll8A9g&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjB8L_c8J3hAhX3xMQBHc_hAts4ChDoATACegQIBxAB#v=onepage&q=paul%20andrews%20producer&f=false. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Kay, Jeremy (11 February 2017). "Little Film Company boards 'Boogie Man'" (in en). Screen Daily. https://www.screendaily.com/news/little-film-company-boards-boogie-man/5114855.article. 
  3. "Get To Know Producer & Songwriter Paul Andrews" (in en-US). 2015-01-08. https://www.manhattandigest.com/2015/01/08/get-know-producer-songwriter-paul-andrews/. 
  4. "Tim Wynne reviews Cardiff International Film Festival" (in en-GB). 2018-11-06. https://www.cardiff-times.co.uk/tim-wynne-reviews-cardiff-international-film-festival/. 
  5. "Andy Morahan's Boogie Man Awarded Best Film". http://feelfilms.co.uk/blog/andy-morahans-boogie-man-awarded-best-film. Retrieved 21 February 2019. 
  6. "Пресс-конференция SIFFA-2018". http://www.mkrf.ru/press/culture_life/press_konferentsiya_siffa_2018_20181109061146_5be4faf29f4e7/. 
  7. "Пресс-конференция SIFFA-2018 2018, Сочи — дата и место проведения, программа мероприятия.". https://www.culture.ru/events/374826/press-konferenciya-siffa-2018. 
  8. Paul Andrews (2017-10-12), Tom Keneally and Paul G Andrews - THE GREAT HUNGER (Irish Famine), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baqO1_jwQuA, retrieved 2019-03-25 

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