Melbourne filmmaker with a passion for exploring cultural issues in documentary form centering around migration and multiculturalism. Currently based in Dublin, Ireland and working as a video journalist for TheJournal.ie. Looking to expand into fiction filmmaking and screenwriting.
Name: Andrew Roberts
Lives in: Dublin, Ireland
Occupation: Camera Operator, Editor, Filmmaker and Screenwriter
Welcome to Bidi Bidi - the world's largest refugee settlement in the world
Documentary by TheJournal.ie Video Journalist Visiting and talking with the South Sudanese refugees in Northern Uganda who are escaping the civil war.
"Yes, I'm Irish"
Documentary by TheJournal.ie Video Journalist A series of short videos talking to Irish people of mixed cultural heritage and their experience of growing up in Ireland.
Documentary by Self-produced (Documentary) Video Journalist Interview and performance with the Congolese Refugee Choir in Limerick, Ireland who are spreading their of music across the country as they revive the group to take in new recruits.
by Focus on Ability Film Festival (Documentary) Videographer This short documentary follows artist Liam O’Neil as he undertakes his first art exhibition. The film contains interviews with Liam and his family, discussing his art and his autism, and the changes and challenges that come along it. We observe snapshots of the exhibition night, viewing Liam’s stirring collection of painted canvases, as well as delving into the artist’s den to watch him create.
Television (Comedy) Producer Filmed weekly from the C31 studios! Each week, a brand new host. Each week, a very different show. We're giving the late night studio keys to some of Australia's best up and coming comics to do with as they please. Who knows what will happen? Featuring hosts Tegan Higginbotham, Aunty Donna, Becky Lucas, Jonathan Schuster, Daniel Burt, Dilruk Jayasinha, Suren Jayemanne, Michael Hing, The Axis Of Awesome and heaps more! Written by Channel 31
C31's Royal Melbourne Show
Television (Documentary) Producer Channel 31 visits all twelve days of the Royal Melbourne Show, Victoria's largest annual community event.
Smedia Award for Best Screenplay
University of Limerick