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ABOUT AW

Select Credits – Editor
Soham Revisited: 15 Years On | Documentary | ITN Productions for Channel 5
Shannon Matthews: The Mother’s Story | Documentary | ITN Productions for Channel 5
Britain on the Fiddle Season 2 | Documentary | BBC
On Benefits Season 4 | Documentary | ITN Productions for Channel 5
On Benefits Season 3 | Documentary | ITN Productions for Channel 5
Autopsy (International Reversion) | ITV Potato for Channel 5
Come Dine With Me – S27 & 31 Newcastle & Glasgow | Fact-Ent. | ITV Shiver for Channel 4
Industry News | News | ITN Productions
N2K | Factual | ITN Productions
Who Should I Believe In (pilot) | Documentary | ITN Productions for Channel 4
The Wedding Party | Feature | Elfike Film Collective
Eastenders E20 – Season 3 online | Drama | BBC Learning
BattleFront – Season 4 online | Factual | RAW TV for Channel 4

Andrew Webber is an award-winning editor who has been accredited for a plethora of documentaries and feature films, which have been broadcast to millions across the world. Based in London, UK.
With over ten years experience specialising in post-production, Andrew’s passion lies with delivering dramatic, cutting-edge edits. Channel 4’s ‘Come Dine With Me’ and Channel 5’s feature documentary ’Shannon Matthews: The Mother’s Tale’ being prime examples of this. Both of these being broadcast primetime.

From humble beginnings as an production assistant with Channel 4 Andrew quickly worked his way up the ranks to become Senior Editor for a number of independent media companies and mainstream broadcasters. Andrew’s editing prowess has grown from strength-to-strength. His first feature film, ‘The Mirror Boy’ went on to receive a general release in UK via Odeon with a screening at the Festival de Cannes to top-it-off.
In 2013 his second feature film, ‘Hard Time Bus’ was rewarded ‘Best Film’ at the Hollywood Black Film Festival, Black International Film Festival and distribution via Amazon US while his third feature The Wedding Party receiving a premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016 (TIFF) and being documented as the highest grossing ever at the West African Box Office.

Recently, Andrew’s career has naturally progressed towards filmmaking. Producing and directing factual and online content for Channel 4‘s Emmy award-winning web series, ‘Battlefront’.
After having much success in his career Andrew foundered AW Broadcast, a boutique media production company committed to producing boundary-pushing films and programming. His first short film, ‘Second Wind’ received a collection of award nominations in the Portobello Film Festival, Black International Film Festival. and the African International Film Festival.

Always keen to give back to the industry Andrew has been invited to guest lecture at his alma mater, the University of Wolverhampton where he advises the university’s School of Media students how to succeed in the industry.

Industry Awards & Nominations
2015 Africa International Film Festival | Nominated for Best Short – ‘Second Wind’
2015 Jamaica Film Festival 2015 | Official Selection – ‘Second Wind
2014 Portobello Film Festival | Nominated for Best Drama – ‘Second Wind’
2014 Black International Film Festival | Official Selection – ‘Second Wind’
2014 Movie Video Screen Awards | Nominated for Best Short – ‘Second Wind’
2013 Hollywood Black Film Festival | Winner of Best Film – ‘Hard Time Bus’
2013 Movie Video & Screen Awards | Winner of Best Film – ‘Hard Time Bus’
2013 BEFFTA Awards | Winner of Best TV Show – ‘Naija Bites’
2013 Jump Music Video Awards | Nominated for Best Music Video – ‘4 Kornerz, Lean on My Shoulders’
2012 Nollywood Movie Awards | Winner of Best Movie Editing’- ‘The Mirror Boy’
2012 Nollywood Movie Awards | Winner of Best Film – ‘The Mirror Boy’
2012 AMVC Awards | Winner of Best Film – ‘The Mirror Boy’
2011 ZAFAA | Winner of Best Film Editing – ‘The Mirror Boy’
2011 ZAFAA | Winner of Best Film – ‘The Mirror Boy’

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