Andrew Napier was born and raised in Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin - Madison. In 2009, after working on Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” in Berlin, Germany, he moved to Los Angeles. Andrew was a producer of the 2013 Academy Award®-winning short film “Curfew,” and later edited its feature adaptation “Before I Disappear” (SXSW 2014 Audience Award Winner). His screenplay for “Dogtooth,” a remake of the Academy Award®-nominated Greek foreign film, is currently in development at Mandalay Pictures. Andrew directed the feature documentary “Mad As Hell” (Hot Docs 2014 Conscious Media Award Winner), which follows Cenk Uygur, who’s online news show “The Young Turks” has amassed over two billion views on YouTube. He also directed the narrative short “Grandma’s Not A Toaster” (Tribeca 2013) and the feature documentary “Mary and Bill” (Wisconsin Film Festival 2011 Best Documentary). Andrew produced and edited the documentaries “The Past is a Grotesque Animal” (Oscilloscope Laboratories, 2014), about the band “of Montreal,” and “Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play” (SXSW, 2015). Andrew co-produced the romantic comedy “Lust For Love” (2014), starring Fran Kranz and Dichen Lachman. He served as an executive producer for the documentary “The Culture High,” and the dark comedies “The Lord of Catan” starring Amy Acker, and “Limbo” starring H. Jon Benjamin.
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