Katherine Andrews is a Canadian screenwriter originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Most recently, Katherine participated in the 2021 New York-based Writer’s Lab, sponsored by Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Oprah Winfrey. Katherine’s feature film script LIL, which she co-wrote with Virginia Abramovich, was one of 17 selected for the lab from over 1,700 submissions. Also, this year, she wrote the MOW thriller screenplay MISSING AND ALONE for Lifetime Network, produced by Neshama/MarVista Entertainment. Her dramatic sci-fi feature film BETWEEN WAVES (2020), also co-written with director Virginia Abramovich, has screened at more than a dozen festivals worldwide. It won a number of awards including Best Feature Film at both the Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival and the Berlin Sci-Fi Film Festival. Previously, she was a writer and story editor on season two of the Canadian Comedy Award-winning web series JUST PASSING THROUGH. She also contributed as a writer on two children’s animation programs: ROBOTIK and BOB! THE SLOB. In addition to graduating from writing programs at UCLA and The Second City, Katherine has a Master of Arts degree in Journalism. She wrote, produced, hosted and directed news and current affairs programs on CBC Radio & Television in four provinces over the course of seven years.
Inclusive Comedy A woman moves in with her new boyfriend only to discover she used to date his roommate, who is also his brother.
Just Passing Through season 2
Series by Jeremy Larter (Comedy) Writer, Story Editor Two rough and tumble cousins from the country arrive unannounced on their cousin Owen's big-city doorstep. They swear they're "just passing through" but like every family reunion, this one turns out to be more than Owen's bargained for.
Film (short) by Pat S Shaghaghi (Drama) screenwriter A troubled artist embarks on a career-reviving project with a new collaborator and love interest, but visitations from his dead fiancee threaten his work, his new relationship and his life.
UCLA Prof Program (screenwriting)
The Second City (comedy writing)
University of Western Ontario (MA-Journalism)
University of Saskatchewan (BA-Psychology)