Andrew Silver (producer)

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Andrew Silver
Born Andrew Silver
(1942-07-12) July 12, 1942 (age 74)
New York, New York
Occupation Film director, producer and writer
Years active 1975-present

Andrew Silver is an award winning[citation needed] film director, writer and producer. A graduate of MIT, Silver began his foray into film as a theater arts and film analysis teacher at Brandeis University in 1968.[1] In 1975 he earned his doctorate in business administration from Harvard Business School.[1]

Silver is a co-author of a chapter in the Harvard Business School Press anthology Breakthrough Thinking and a long-time member of the Council for the Arts at MIT, and the board of directors of the Coolidge Corner Theater.

His film career stretches four decades, beginning in 1975 with "Next Door" and continuing with his two latest films 'Radio Cape Cod' starring Tamzin Merchant, Tamzin Outhwaite and O. T. Fagbenle and Second Wind starring June Brown.



  • Surprise Engagement (2015) - Producer, director
  • Second Wind (2012) - Producer, director
  • Radio Cape Cod (2008) - Producer, director
  • Profiles in Aspiration (2005)[2]
  • Return (1985) - Writer, director, co-producer
  • Prophetic Voices (1984)
  • Harry Callahan, A Need to See and Express (1982)
  • The Murderer (1976)
  • Next Door (1975)


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