Andrea Calderwood

Andrea Calderwood
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Born: 1965, Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Andrea Calderwood is a British film and television producer. She won a British Academy of Film and Television Award for Best British Film for her work on The Last King of Scotland. She produced the HBO television mini-series Generation Kill.

Andrea began her career in freelance production in Scotland, producing documentaries, short dramas and music videos with independent company Crash Films, before being appointed Head of Drama at BBC Scotland in 1994. At the BBC, she commissioned several hit TV series and mini-series, as well as the feature films Small Faces and the Oscar-nominated Mrs. Brown. She then joined Pathé Pictures as their Head of Production, executive producing eight feature films including Oliver Parker's An Ideal Husband, Lynne Ramsay's Ratcatcher and The Claim. Through her own production company, Slate Films, Andrea Calderwood's producer credits include Mike Figgis' experimental digital film Hotel (2001); Shane Meadows' Once Upon a Time in the Midlands; and Kevin Macdonald's The Last Kind of Scotland, to name a few. Calderwood is currently producing A Little Chaos, directed by Alan Rickman and starring Kate Winslet and Matthias Schoenaerts.
She produced Half of a Yellow Sun (2013), directed by Nigerian filmmaker Biyi Bandele, Debute feature Premiered at Toronto.

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