Andrew Napier is a director, producer and writer. He was a producer and assistant director of the 2013 Academy Award®-winning short film 'Curfew', and then edited its feature adaptation "Before I Disappear" (SXSW 2014 Audience Award Winner). Andrew directed the feature documentary "Mad As Hell" (Hot Docs 2014), which follows Cenk Uygur, who's online news show "The Young Turks" has amassed over one billion views on YouTube. Andrew produced and edited "The Past is a Grotesque Animal', a documentary about the band "of Montreal", released by Oscilloscope Laboratories. He also directed the narrative short "Grandma's Not A Toaster" (Tribeca 2013) and the feature documentary "Mary and Bill" (2012). Andrew co-produced the romantic comedy "Lust For Love" (2014) starring Fran Kranz and Dichen Lachman, and executive produced the dark comedy 'The Lord of Catan' (2014) starring Amy Acker. Andrew also executive produced the documentaries "Bounce: How the Ball Taught the world to Play" and "The Culture High", about the war on drugs. He attended the University of Wisconsin - Madison.