Andrea Calderwood

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Andrea Calderwood is a British film and television producer.[1][2] She won a British Academy of Film and Television Award for Best British Film for her work on The Last King of Scotland.[3] She produced the HBO television mini-series Generation Kill.[4]

In 2012, Scottish newspaper The Herald put her as number 42 in its list over Scotland's top 50 influential women of 2012.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Credit Notes
2014 Our Kind of Traitor Producer Pre-production
A Little Chaos Post-production
2013 A Most Wanted Man
Half of a Yellow Sun Completed
Kiss the Water Executive Producer Completed
2010 I Am Slave Producer
2006 The Last King of Scotland
Cargo
2002 Once Upon a Time in the Midlands
2001 Hotel Executive Producer
The Hole
2000 The Claim
It Was an Accident
There's Only One Jimmy Grimble
Love's Labour's Lost Associate Producer
1999 The Darkest Light Executive Producer
Ratcatcher
An Ideal Husband
1998 Jilting Joe
1997 Mrs Brown
1996 Initiation
Small Faces
1995 Nervous Energy
1994 Marooned Producer
1992 Sealladh
Blue Black Permanent Location Manager
1988 The Dressmaker Production Trainee

Television[edit]

Year Title Credit Notes
2011 The Field of Blood Executive Producer Mini-series
2008 Generation Kill Producer
1998 Invasion: Earth Executive Producer
Looking After Jo Jo Various episodes
1997 Bumping the Odds TV Movie
The Missing Postman
1996 The Crow Road 5 episodes
Flowers of the Forest TV Movie
Nightlife
Truth or Dear
1995-1997 Hamish Macbeth 15 episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Andrea Calderwood interview: In the line of fire". The Scotsman. Retrieved 3 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "Mother of invention Andrea Calderwood was once written off as a wee lassie in a big job. Eight years later she is emerging as a creative heavyweight in the world of films". Herald Scotland. Retrieved 3 April 2011. 
  3. ^ Solomons, Jason; French, Philip (14 February 2010). "Who's tipped for glory at the Baftas?". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 3 April 2011. 
  4. ^ "Andrea Calderwood". British Film Institute. Retrieved 3 April 2011. 
  5. ^ The Herald: Scotland's Top 50 Influential Women of 2012, numbers 39-46 Retrieved 2012-07-01