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Andrew Cividino

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B: in Dundas, Ontario

Raised in Dundas, Ontario, Andrew Cividino holds a degree in film from Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts. His short, We Ate the Children Last, premiered at TIFF in 2011 and went on to screen at Clermont-Ferrand and TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten as well. He went on to direct Sarah Gadon in the short Yellow Fish, which screened at Telefilm’s Not Short on Talent showcase at Cannes in 2013. Most recently, he directed the
short film Sleeping Giant, on which the feature length version is based.

Features & TV Movies
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Norbert (2007, short)
Mud (VR-2009, short)

We Ate the Children Last (2011, short)
Yellow Fish (2012, short)
Anatomy of a Virus: The Making of Antiviral (documentary, 2013, short)
Sleeping GIant (2014, short)
Sleeping Giant (2015)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Norbert (2007, short)
Mud (VR-2009, short)

We Ate the Children Last (2011, short)
Yellow Fish (2012, short)
Anatomy of a Virus: The Making of Antiviral (documentary, 2013, short)
Sleeping GIant (2014, short)
Sleeping Giant (2015)

Credits as a Producer:
Fading Fast (2009, short)

Sleeping GIant (2014, short)
Sleeping Giant (2015)

Sleeping Giant, movie poster