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Andrea Vandenboer served as co-producer, co-director, primary videographer, audio recordist, and editor on Silent No More. As an independent filmmaker, Andrea has produced, edited, and filmed a number of documentaries, live events, promotional videos, and research projects. She has created a life rich with experiences in numerous locations working within several artistic mediums, such as the theatre, music, fashion, and digital art industries. Originally from England, and resident of Canada since 1998, Andrea graduated from Selkirk College and Kootenay School of the Arts while living in Nelson, BC in the Digital Design, the Multimedia Production & Design, and the Advanced International Digital Film programs. She was awarded the CanWest Global Communications Scholarship in 2005. Andrea went on to form her production company, The Visual Blueprint Productions, in 2006 and is a partner in the Theme Room Films production house. Nova Scotia event coordination project highlights include the 2014 nine-day ARTs Unleashed! Annapolis Royal festival and four-day 2015 conference Local Prosperity: New Economics for rural Canada, hosted by the Centre for Local Prosperity. With film projects often resulting in screenings both at a local level and globally, with official selections for international film festivals, awards and distribution, Andrea continues to cultivate several collaborative endeavors, and is excited to invite more her way.

Nyu film school thesis

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