Andrew Jones (filmmaker)

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Andrew Jones
Born (1983-10-06) 6 October 1983 (age 33)
Swansea, U.K.
Occupation Film Director, Screenwriter
Years active 2005 – present

Andrew Jones (born 6 October 1983) is a British screenwriter and director. He is best known for writing, directing and producing low budget independent horror films.


Born on 6th October 1983 in Swansea, South Wales, Andrew Jones was educated at Olchfa Comprehensive School and later attended the University of Glamorgan. At the age of 27, he founded production company North Bank Entertainment to produce independent British feature films with a similar aesthetic to the work of American luminaries Roger Corman and Charles Band. Andrew has since become one of the most prolific independent film producers in the UK.

Andrew's feature films, most of which he also writes and directs, regularly receive Theatrical, DVD and digital distribution in numerous territories around the world including the UK, North America, Canada, Germany, South America, Australia and New Zealand. Distribution companies he has worked with include Lionsgate and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. His top selling titles include the Robert the Doll series.

Outside of his work with North Bank Entertainment Andrew has also undertaken numerous screen writing commissions, writing scripts for companies in the UK, Italy, North America and Canada.


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