Andrew Hulme is an editor, writer and director with over 25 years’ experience in the film and television industry. Recognised as one of the UK’s top film editors, he has worked prominently with director Paul McGuigan, editing films such as ACID HOUSE (1998), GANGSTER NO. 1 (2000) and LUCKY NUMBER SLEVIN (2005), for which he won the award for Best Editing at the Milan Film Festival 2006.
He’s also worked on films such as CONTROL (2007) and THE AMERICAN (2010) for director Anton Corbijn, as well as director Bart Layton’s critically acclaimed feature documentary THE IMPOSTER (2011).
Andrew has also edited prominently in television, working on projects such as the ITV drama APPROPRIATE ADULT, the BBC/HBO feature drama THE GIRL (2012), and Channel 4’s crime saga RED RIDING 1974, for which he was nominated for a BAFTA TV award for best editing in 2010.
Andrew transitioned to directing in 2013 directing his first feature film, SNOW IN PARADISE, which he co-wrote with Matthew Askew, and which featured in competition in the Un Certain Regard strand of the Cannes Film Festival 2014. The film was also screened at festivals round the world and released in the UK by Artificial Eye.
He is currently writing his second feature THE DEVIL OUTSIDE in development with the BFI and scheduled to shoot in Nottingham in summer 2016.
Andrew was born in Nottingham in 1963 and has a BA Hons in Fine Art Education from Leeds Polytechnic. He also writes and produces music, sound designs, and has directed 2nd Unit.
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