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Film Network Member

Andrew Hilbourne



I am a young filmmaker & Writer from Wales interested in progressing my work and getting it seen by more people.
I have worked on Documentary and Drama. I am currently finishing my final year university film (The Cardiff School of Cultural & Creative Industries) entitled Reticence.

I am passionate about film and want to mould a career for myself.


To direct a full feature one day, I am continuing to make shorts in the hope of getting noticed.
My dream would be to make a feature I have written Called little weapons based in Western Africa.


I love the films of Spike Lee and Andrew Dominik. My favourite film of all time is "The Assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford" to me it was a stunning dark brooding film but absolutely beautiful at the same time. It also first introduced me to the Director of Photography Roger Deakins who I think has the incredible skill to translate beauty through the camera.

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