Tristan Anderson

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Tristan Anderson is a BAFTA award winning [1] filmmaker and musician based in London, England. He has made films for the BBC, Channel 4, The Guardian, London Live, and on the Emmy Award winning Current TV. His music has been featured on the BBC & Current TV.

Tristan is also one of the founders (with Katharine Round) of 'DocHeads',[2] a dedicated documentary screening, networking, and funding organization that promotes the work of documentary filmmakers.

Filmography[edit]

  • Moonwalkers (2018) - Producer - Feature documentary
  • My F**ked Brain (2016) - Channel 4 / All 4
  • A Divorce Before Marriage (2016) - Co-Producer - Feature documentary
  • What Is Art? (2016) BBC Bitesize
  • Faith in the Aerosol (2015) - StoryHunter
  • Extreme Unicycling (2015) - Channel 4 / All 4
  • His City His Story (2015) - StoryHunter
  • Double Vision (2014) - Channel 4 / All 4
  • Right to Run (2014) - The Guardian Online *Co-Director
  • Anti-Social Worker (2014) - London Live
  • Drug Stories (2014) - BBC Two
  • Forgive or Forget (2014) - The Guardian Online
  • Soft Bullets (2013) - London Short Film Festival
  • Just a Few Drinks (2012) - BBC Two
  • The Sound of Change (2012) - Community Channel
  • Badges of Convenience (2012) Channel 4 **Co-director
  • What Did I Do Last Night? : Series 1 & 2 - (2011 - 2012) - Current TV
  • The Day My Face Changed (2009) - Current TV
  • Why Am I Going Grey? (2009) - Current TV
  • The Dark Side Of Fame (2009) - Current TV
  • Sexy Girls Have It Easy (2008) - Current TV
  • My Drunken Shame (2008) - Current TV
  • Cocaine Nightmare (2008) - Current TV
  • Free Fall: Dive of Dave (2008) - Current TV

Discography[edit]

Albums

2005 - Modern Sign Language (as Moon Junior)

2008 - ArtWars (as ArtWars)

2013 - Revolutions (as ArtWars)

2014 - Digital Church (as ArtWars)

2015 - Islands (as ArtWars)

2016 - No Hands (as ArtWars)

2018 - Tristan C Anderson - #Soundtracks

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Children's Learning - Secondary in 2013". BAFTA. British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Retrieved 22 November 2015. 
  2. ^ The Team | Docheads

External links[edit]