Andrew Neel

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Andrew Neel is an American filmmaker, known as the creator of the films Darkon, New World Order and King Kelly.

Early life[edit]

Andrew Neel was born in Vermont in 1978.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Neel founded SeeThink Films with Ethan Palmer, Luke Meyer and Tom Davis in 2001 after graduating from Columbia College with a BA in film studies. He has directed five feature-length films: Darkon, Alice Neel, The Feature, New World Order and King Kelly.

Awards[edit]

Neel's first film, Darkon, won the Audience Award at the South by Southwest Film Festival and was acquired by IFCtv. The film was optioned for narrative fiction re-make by Paramount via Plan B Entertainment, which was to be written by John Hodgman.[1][2] Neel’s second film, Alice Neel, was acquired by Art House Films and is currently airing on the Sundance Channel. It won the Audience Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival. His third film, The Feature, premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2008 and won the New Visions Award at the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival. It screened at MOMA in 2009. Also that year, Neel co-directed New World Order (2009) which was produced by IFCtv. In 2012 Neel directed his first feature narrative film, King Kelly and produced Stand Clear of the Closing Doors (2013).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrew Neel. "ANDREW NEEL ‹ mssngpeces.com". m ss ng p eces. Retrieved 2013-08-15. 
  2. ^ Julia Smith (14 August 2013). "Judge John Hodgman Episode 122: Reckless Endungeonment". Maximum Fun. Retrieved 2013-08-15. 

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