Andrew Garton is an Australian film director, producer, and musician. He has been in the entertainment industry for over a decade and has become one of Australia's most acclaimed filmmakers.
Garton was born in Sydney, Australia in 1978. He began his career as a musician, playing bass guitar in various bands. It was while he was touring as a musician that he developed an interest in filmmaking and directing, and he decided to pursue it as a career.
Garton studied filmmaking at the Sydney Film School, graduating with honors in 2006. He then went on to work in the independent film scene, making short films, music videos, and advertisements. He quickly established himself as a director with an eye for detail and a knack for creating captivating visuals.
In 2008, Garton released his first feature film, 'The Long Weekend'. The film was a critical success, and it earned him numerous awards, including the AACTA Award for Best Film. His next feature film, 'The Last Ride', also received critical acclaim and won the Best Film Award at the 2011 Sydney Film Festival.
Garton's most recent feature film is 'The Turning', which was released in 2014. The film was nominated for five AACTA Awards, including Best Film. In addition to his feature films, Garton has also directed a number of television series, including 'The Price is Right', 'Platinum', and 'The Secret Life of Us'.
Garton is currently working on his next feature film, 'The Water Diviner', which is due for release in 2015. He is also developing a number of other projects, including a documentary about Australian wildlife.
Garton is a multi-talented filmmaker who is passionate about telling stories. His films are visually stunning and emotionally compelling, and he has earned a reputation as one of Australia's leading filmmakers. He continues to work on a variety of projects, and he is sure to remain an essential part of the Australian film industry for years to come.