Andrew Arestides ASE

Andrew’s credits include ‘Fairweather Man’, an examination of the life and work of artist Ian Fairweather - winner NSW Premier’s Award for Scriptwriting 2010.
‘The Cars That Ate China’ for which he was awarded the ASE award for Best Editing of a Documentary 2008; He co-produced and edited ‘Junction House Blues’ for SBS ;
‘Facing The Demons’ a powerful story of restorative justice won a Logie and the UN Peace Award for TV Documentary in 2000; the acclaimed AFI award-winning ‘Wedding In Ramallah’

In 2003 Andrew was co-recipient of an AFI award for Best Achievement in Editing for a non-feature film for ‘Painting with Light in a Dark World’. He was awarded his second ASE Award for Best Editing in a Documentary in 2010 for his work on ‘My Asian Heart’ directed by David Bradbury.

In 2015 he edited ‘Afghanistan Inside Australia’s War’ a 3 part series for the ABC directed by Victoria Pitt and ‘The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe’ a feature documentary directed by Ros Horin, which premiered at the Sydney Film Festival 2016.

This year he edited ‘Monsieur Mayonnaise’ a feature documentary directed by Trevor Graham, which will have its premier at the Melbourne Film Festival 2016.
Membership type: Full
Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe Editor 2016
Monsieur Mayonnaise Editor 2016
Afghanistan – Inside Australia’s War Editor 2015
My Asian Heart editor 2009
Fairweather Man Editor 2008
The Cars that Ate China Editor 2007
Junction House Blues Editor/Producer 2007
Frank Hurley- The Man Who Made History Editor 2004
Hired Assassins Political Cartooning in Australia Editor 2003
Wedding in Ramallah Editor 2002
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