Andreas Wood

Andreas Wood

Cinematographer, director and director of photography in Los Angeles, California

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Name: Andreas Wood

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Occupation: Cinematographer, Director, Director of Photography, Producer and Steadicam Operator

Credits

  • The Friars Club Super Bowl Roast of Terry Bradshaw

    The Friars Club Super Bowl Roast of Terry Bradshaw (2015)
    TV Movie by Liz Plonka (Comedy and Sport) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Fork

    Fork (2015)
    Film (short) by David Huffman (Drama, Thriller and Western) Cinematographer Fork is a film about standing at the crossroads of life and having to make a decision, even though both paths lead to the unknown. Dustin is the adult son of a rancher whose operation has succumbed to ongoing drought. The ranch is everything to Dustin-it's literally the life of his dreams and the only life he knows. And he's not going to let a wealthy buyer take it away from him and his family. Written by David Huffman

  • One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp

    One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp (2014)
    Film (short) by Irene Taylor Brodsky (Documentary and Family) Camera and Electrical Department, Producer One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp chronicles a three day summer camp for children learning to cope with the death of a loved one. With the guidance of trained professionals, grieving children as young as seven years old learn that their feelings are normal, and that by talking about them they can begin to heal. A testament to the healing power of shared sorrow, One Last Hug shows the often-unseen and particular experience of children's grief. Written by Anonymous

  • El Boxeo

    El Boxeo (2013)
    Film by Alan Swyer (Documentary and Sport) Cinematographer EL BOXEO tells the dramatic and timely story of the emergence and dominance of Latinos in what was once considered the traditional all-white sport of boxing. The film illustrates the evolution of the sport as Latino fighters exploded onto the scene. And, reveals how these immigrant pugilists redefined the world of boxing and established the west coast as the new mecca in the sport. EL BOXEO is as much a film about Latinos in boxing as it is about the immigrant stories that reshaped the sport. Written by Anonymous

  • The Audience

    The Audience (2013)
    Film (short) by Jon Berkowitz (Documentary and Comedy) Cinematographer Six hidden cameras capture an intimate and original theater experience in which two audience members watch a 10 minute play performed inside of a car. But who is really the audience?

  • What Is That?

    What Is That? (2013)
    Television (Documentary) Cinematographer

  • Deadliest Tech

    Deadliest Tech (2012 - 2013)
    Television (History) Cinematographer

  • Combat Tech

    Combat Tech (2012)
    Television (Documentary) Cinematographer

  • Larry and Andrew and Gertie

    Larry and Andrew and Gertie (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer

  • Penn & Teller Tell a Lie

    Penn & Teller Tell a Lie (2011)
    Television Camera and Electrical Department In every episode Penn and Teller present a number of stories. All but one are true, it's up to the viewers to guess which story is false.

  • In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber

    In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber (2009 - 2011)
    Television (Talk-Show) Camera and Electrical Department, Cinematographer

  • Scott Snyder: Life by Design

    Scott Snyder: Life by Design (2011)
    TV Movie by Jack Kelly (Reality-TV) Cinematographer

  • The Key

    The Key (2008)
    Film (short) by Janet Craig Grossman Camera and Electrical Department

  • Designing Green

    Designing Green (2008)
    TV Movie by Jim Jackson (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Robbie's Withdrawal

    Robbie's Withdrawal (2008)
    Film (short) by John Burish (Drama) Cinematographer Robbie's big day with Marcus and the baby holds the key to their future, but a sudden change of heart forces her to figure things out on her own.

  • Trade

    Trade (2008)
    Film (short) by Karni Baghdikian (Drama) Cinematographer

  • Big Shots

    Big Shots (2007)
    Television by Jon Harmon Feldman (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An inside look into the life of a CEO.

  • You S*ck

    You S*ck (2007)
    Film (short) by Chris Pauley (Comedy) Cinematographer Mean, spiteful, unpleasant... ahh family. How do you cope with the most cantankerous elderly woman on the planet? Jen De Latorre has her own "special" way of lightening up an otherwise dark Seattle day.

  • The Trap

    The Trap (2007)
    Film (short) by Rita Wilson (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Maggie's friends have planned a surprise birthday party (despite it being a month away). During the party, Maggie realizes there's more to it then that.

  • Carpoolers

    Carpoolers (2007)
    Television by Bruce McCulloch (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A group of guys who carpool to work together from their suburban homes.

  • Room 10

    Room 10 (2006)
    Film (short) by Andrea Buchanan Camera and Electrical Department Focuses on the life of a nurse who finds deeper meaning in her life after looking after a patient who is dying.

  • Tag

    Tag (2006)
    Film (short) by Matt Duggan (Action and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department A simple game of Tag is destroying Shane Wayne's life--will he escape? Or will he be the next one "IT"?

  • 3 lbs.

    3 lbs. (2006)
    Television by Peter Ocko (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An arrogant neurosurgeon takes on a new partner.

  • Lava Lounge

    Lava Lounge (2005)
    Film by David E. Rice (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department During Janis' annual birthday outing, she and her friends board a tour bus to visit local clubs and bars. This night will expose all of the hidden nuances that each of the friends carry, forever changing their lives and how they view one another. During the course of the night each of the friends comes to terms with their lives and relationships and how they are not whom they thought each other was. They are all confronted with the consequences of their selfish actions. It's hard to recognize change when you're in the middle of it Written by Adam Scolaro <adam@stantonmagnetics.com>

  • The Movie Hero

    The Movie Hero (2003)
    Film by Brad T. Gottfred (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A man believes his life is a movie watched by an audience only he can see.

  • I Love Your Work

    I Love Your Work (2003)
    Film by Adam Goldberg (Drama and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department The film follows fictional movie star Gray Evans through the disintegration of his marriage, his gradual mental breakdown, and his increasing obsession with a young film student who reminds Gray of his own life before becoming famous. A dark psychological drama, I Love Your Work explores the pressures of fame and the difference between getting what you want and wanting what you get. Written by Anonymous

  • Paula's Home Cooking

    Paula's Home Cooking (2002)
    Television Camera and Electrical Department

  • Kiss the Bride

    Kiss the Bride (2002)
    Film by Vanessa Parise (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department In Rhode Island, in the Italian-American family Sposato, Danni is going to marry Geoffrey Brancato. Danni lives with her parents Santo and Irena and is the third and 'the good daughter' of her family. Her three sisters come for her wedding: the older Nikki, a successful TV starlet, who works in a TV show very similar to 'Baywatch'. Nikki brings her boy-friend and manager Marty Weinberg to be introduced to her family. Chrissy, who deals with investments in Wall Street; and the rebel younger Toni , who plays in a rock-and- roll band with her lesbian lover Amy Kayne. Together, they have meals in the restaurant of Tom Terranova, the former and first love of Nikki. Many discussions of the Sposato family show wounds not healed, when the characters expose their real feelings. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Asylum Days

    Asylum Days (2001)
    Film by Thomas Elliott (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Some nightmares never go away, especially for Laurie Cardell, whose secret is about to end. To the world she is a beautiful actress living the Hollywood Life, but to Daniel, she is the center of the universe. When Daniel's derelict brother, Nathan, is released from jail, his misguided actions cause all the worlds to converge in the dark cavernous rooms of the abounded asylum. For Nathan, his fantasy as a director will hopefully be fulfilled. For Laurie, her childhood nightmares will resurrected. For Daniel, the question to his obsession will be revealed. But for all three, a nightmare that none of them ever expected is about to come to life. Written by Jann Castor

  • The Same

    The Same (2001)
    Film (short) by Mark Palansky (Crime, Drama, Fantasy and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A creepy house. Every night a dwarf awaits for his beautiful neighbor to return. He will do anything to win the girl of his dreams, including one terrible crime.

  • Trade Day

    Trade Day (2001)
    Film (short) by Dawson Williams Camera and Electrical Department

  • Leaving Drew

    Leaving Drew (2000)
    Film (short) by Kirsten Getchell Camera and Electrical Department After the closing performance of Midsummer Night's Dream at Drew University's New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, one of the principal actors, Campbell, tries to sleep before his flight back to L.A. He has his own midsummer night's dream, constantly interrupted by either a former lover or by friends who have drunk too much. Some of his dream is sweet, with a mystery woman at the seashore; some is nightmarish. Desperate for slumber, he goes to the stage set to Titania's bed, where the woman of his dreams appears as a fairy. Think but this and all is mended, that you have but slumber'd here, while these visions did appear. But, what happens when he wakes? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

  • That Summer in LA

    That Summer in LA (2000)
    Film by Simon Clarke Camera and Electrical Department A young, British man, with dreams of a better life, comes to Los Angeles. It is not "Beverly Hills, 90210". During his first few hours in L.A., he is robbed and beaten. Injured, he seeks help from a beautiful, Latin girl who owns a beauty shop. With the urging of her aunt, she reluctantly takes him home to her family in East L. A. There he meets her gang member brother. After an evening in the hood, the Latin girl and another of her brothers, attempt to take our young Brit to a hotel. En route, they spot the young gang member in a parking lot with some of his friends. When the drug deal goes bad, a gun fight breaks out. The gang member brother is shot. The girl needs to get help for her dying brother. The adventure begins... Written by Kaye-2

  • On Duty

    On Duty (2000)
    Film (short) by Shauna McClure (Crime, Thriller and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department John Defranco, a rookie deputy of a small-town sheriff's unit joins the force when a string of missing women erupts from neighboring counties. While patrolling the highways, he catches up with two beautiful city girls. Sherry and Tina feel safety in inviting John and his two colleagues, Sheriff Buck and fellow Deputy Willis to join them at the local camp grounds. Defranco finds evidence linking Willis and Buck to the string of missing women. Defranco discovers the courage to stand up to his partner, protect the fleeing women and rid society of this serial menace. Written by Shauna McClure

  • Camera Obscura

    Camera Obscura (2000)
    Film by Hamlet Sarkissian (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Jimmy joins a corrupt LAPD police force as a crime scene photographer. Soon, however, his life takes a turn for the worse as he descends into madness, rearranging evidence and victims to "resurrect" them through his pictures. Written by Becca <doten@usc.edu>

  • The Unknown Cyclist

    The Unknown Cyclist (1998)
    Film by Bernard Salzmann (Drama) Sound department A man's dying wish is for the people in his life to participate in a 450-mile charity bicycle ride through Northern California.

  • Gia

    Gia (1998)
    TV Movie by Michael Cristofer (Biography and Drama) Sound department When Gia Carangi first arrives in New York City, she's a beautiful drop-out from Philadelphia brashly bursting through the closed doors of top modeling agent Wilhelmina Cooper. Gia's electrifying personality and potent sexuality soon find their way onto the covers of America's top-selling magazines. But being loved by the world isn't the same as being love by one - an unfulfilled desire that can take Gia dangerous places. And for a beautiful woman, one slip could lead to an untimely and terrifying downfall. Written by HBO Home Video

  • Sugar: The Fall of the West

    Sugar: The Fall of the West (1998)
    Film by James Frey Production manager

  • River Made to Drown In

    River Made to Drown In (1997)
    Film by James Merendino (Drama) Sound department Allen, a struggling young artist who once survived by working in the streets, is now involved with Eva, a wealthy Los Angeles gallery owner. Quite by surprise Allen receives a visit from an old john, Thaddeus, who is dying from aids and has come to spend his last days somewhere humble ans spare. Allen reluctantly takes him in, straining his relationship with Eva, who slowly discovers the truth about their past. When Thaddeus implores Allen to find Jamie, a young hustler he had once tried to rescue, Allen returns to the streets where he must choose between what he left behind and the uncertainty that lies ahead. Written by Alie Heidema <heidema@wxs.nl>

  • Vampire Vixens from Venus

    Vampire Vixens from Venus (1995)
    Film by Ted A. Bohus (Comedy, Horror and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department Three Venusians land on Earth and transform themselves into beautiful buxom babes, then go about their task of sucking the life force out of unsuspecting males. Their disguises are a propos since the life force is more valuable when extracted at a moment of extreme sexual excitement. Meanwhile, Detective Oakenshield bumbles his way into the investigation of the dessicated bodies while trying to impress his new partner Jack and his new love interest Shampay. Written by Ed Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>

  • American Experience

    American Experience (1995)
    Television by Stephen Fitzmeyer (Documentary and History) Camera and Electrical Department A series showcasing documentaries on American history.

  • Lust

    Lust (1994)
    Film by Janne Wallin Miscellaneous Crew

  • Permanent Damage

    Permanent Damage (1992)
    Video by Russell Farmarco (Comedy, Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Four young suburban men try to establish themselves as organized criminals in their hum-drum local community.

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