Andrew Fredericks

Adjunct Faculty

Documentary

Andrew Fredericks has been a documentary filmmaker for nearly thirty years, working as a producer, director, editor and cinematographer. His films have appeared on ABC, NBC, PBS, National Geographic and Bravo, along with festivals worldwide.

He has collaborated with journalist Bill Moyers on a host of documentaries, including LIVING ON THE EDGE, SURVIVING THE GOOD TIMES, FREE SPEECH FOR SALE and AMERICA’S FIRST RIVER. His body of work also includes TO BE AN AMERICAN, IF YOU KNEW SOUSA, AMERICA IN THE FORTIES, and FAT with pioneering filmmaker, Tom Spain. He directed and edited MONEY DRIVEN MEDICINE with Alex Gibney and edited the award winning, I CAME TO TESTIFY, the premier film in the highly acclaimed PBS series Women War and Peace. Andrew also Produced and Edited BUFFALO RETURNS for Tribeca Digital Studios, and edited and co-wrote LOOKS LIKE LAURY, SOUNDS LIKE LAURY, named one of the top ten television shows of 2015 by the New York Times.

More recently Andrew edited the Emmy Award winning ARMOR OF LIGHT, directed by Abigail Disney. He wrote and edited TIME FOR SCHOOL, a documentary filmed in 5 different countries over the course of 13 years.  

His current independent projects include producing and directing ART FOR THE PEOPLE a film about the over one thousand depression era murals painted in post offices across the country and ONE-MAN SHOW, profiling the life of artist Bernard Perlin.

Andrew graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University with a degree in Visual Communications.  

 

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