Los Angeles, California
Andrew Aidman is an American born film maker known for making highly stylized whimsical comedies.
In 2010, Andrew began his film making career by attending the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, where he graduated with an MFA in film and television production and was the recipient of the prestigious Edward Small Directing Scholarship.
Andrew’s short film, “Send Me to Heaven,” garnered recognition at film festivals across the country, and served to fuel his career after being showcased at USC’s 2012 TEDx conference.
Between making films and writing scripts, Andrew has come to enjoy the honor of guest lecturing on cinema and mysticism at universities such as Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth, and NYU.
Currently, Andrew lives in Los Angeles where he works as a freelance story consultant and independent film producer.