B: 1973 in England
Andrew Currie grew up in Victoria, British Columbia and studied Arts before starting work in the television industry as a news editor, news director and commercial editor. He moved to Vancouver where he attended the Film Program at Simon Fraser University, graduating with a film degree. He also completed the Director’s residency at the Canadian Film Centre in 1997, where he made the short film, Night of The Living, which won an impressive array of awards from festivals around the world. A founding partner in Anagram Pictures, Currie made the critically acclaimed drama Mile Zero (2001), winning awards around the world. He then directed and co-wrote the popular and subversive zombie comedy, FIDO which had its world premiere at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. It went on to win numerous awards, and sold in nearly every country around the world. FIDO is now being developed as a TV series with Lionsgate and as a Broadway Musical with Producer Gerald Goehring. His Twisteeria, was a ½ hr Gemini-nominated comedy produced for YTV. His production Lawrence & Holloman won Best Comedy Feature at the 2014 Canadian Comedy Awards.
Features & TV Movies:
Persistence of Memory (1993, short)
Mile Zero (2001)
Credits as a Screenwriter: