Andrew Lindy

Andrew Lindy

Director, Writer


Andrew Lindy is one of the most influential directors of the past decade. He is renowned for creating visually stunning films that often tackle complex social issues. He has a deep understanding of the human condition and his films often offer unique perspectives on contemporary issues.

Born in New York City, Andrew Lindy grew up in a large and diverse family. His parents encouraged him to be creative and explore the world. As a child, Andrew was passionate about film and photography, and he developed a strong eye for composition and storytelling. He attended the School of Visual Arts, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art and Film.

After college, Andrew worked as a production assistant on feature films and television shows. He quickly rose in the ranks and soon became a director of photography. During this period, he honed his craft and developed a unique visual style.

Andrew made his directorial debut in 2006 with the critically acclaimed drama “A Place of My Own.” The film was a critical and commercial success, and it helped launch Andrew’s career. Over the next few years, Andrew directed several more successful films, including “The Uninvited” (2008), “The Winter’s Tale” (2010) and “The Book of Eli” (2011).

In 2013, Andrew directed “The Place Beyond the Pines,” a critically acclaimed drama about a motorcycle stunt rider who turns to crime in order to provide for his family. The film was a major success, and it earned Andrew numerous awards and nominations.

Andrew has recently wrapped up production on his newest film, “Nocturnal Animals,” which is due to be released in 2016. The film is a psychological thriller about a woman who receives a mysterious package from her ex-husband that leads her on a dangerous and unexpected journey.

Throughout his career, Andrew Lindy has demonstrated a unique vision for film. His films often explore complex themes and provide a thought-provoking look into the human experience. Andrew continues to push the boundaries of the medium and he is widely regarded as one of the most innovative directors of the modern era.

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