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Andrea Arnold British Film Director BD Films Info

Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info  Andrea Arnold British Film Director 1961-present        Early Life  Arnold was born on 5 April, 1961, in Dartford, Kent, England. She was the eldest of four children. She was born when her mother was only 16 years old and her father was 17, and they separated when she was very young. Her mother had to bring up all four children alone, which is reminiscent of Arnold's own directorial debut short, Wasp (2003). As a young girl, Arnold wrote horror stories.  Arnold left high school when she was 16, when she was drawn to becoming an actress. When Arnold was 18 years old she began working as a host and actress for a children's TV show called No. 73. She worked in TV for the next 10 years.  Arnold realized that she could turn her stories into films, so she studied at the American Film Institute of Los Angeles where she gained experience in the film industry.    Career:-    ü Early TV work:    After leaving school in the late 1970s, Arnold got her first TV jobs as a dancer on shows that included Top of the Pops . She first came to prominence as an actress and television presenter. Then she became famous with her television show No.73 and The Kumars at No. 42 in 1980s. After a couple of years of experience in front of the camera, Arnold realised, "Television was great fun and I went along for the ride, but I never felt that comfortable in front of the camera".    ü Directing:    After retiring from her career as a television presenter, Arnold studied directing at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles and trained in screenwriting at the PAL Labs in Kent. Her early short films included Milk (1998) and Dog (2001). She won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp in 2004.    üWorking with Film Festivals     Ø In 2012, she was a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø A member of the jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in 2013.  Ø  In 2014 Arnold was announced as the chair of the jury for International Critics' Week at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø  In 2016, Arnold was chosen to take part in a public conversation about her career as part of the Tribeca Film Festival's "Tribeca Talks" program.  Ø A jury member of the 2017 Sheffield Doc/Fest.  Ø Chair of the European Film Festival of Les Arcs in 2017.     Filmography        Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info   Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Film Awards    Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Television Series    Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info        Television Series Awards  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info      Film Making Style:-    Ø    Dogme 95 Style     o   Shooting on location  o    Sound produced never apart from the image  o   Handheld Camera  o   Colour film  o   No optical work or filters    o   No superficial action      Ø Popular Music  o   specially hip-hop music.     Ø  Shooting in 4:3 ratio  o   4:3 is “a portrait frame. My films are generally from the point of view of one person.    Ø  Social realism  o   Giving the audience a true indication of what life is like.    Ø  Linear narrative style  o   Stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the present.    Ø  Woman the main character  o Woman is the main character of her films. In every film, she showed that woman power is the main strength of the family.     Ø  Professional and non –actors  o She has used some professional and non actors in her film. Especially the performance is very natural in her professional and non-actors' role.    Ø  Low budgets   o Another best characteristic of her film is she has made her films with low budget.     "Draws visual parallels between her characters and the insects in the environment"  Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  A shot from Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info
Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info
Andrea Arnold
British Film Director
1961-present



Early Life
Arnold was born on 5 April, 1961, in Dartford, Kent, England. She was the eldest of four children. She was born when her mother was only 16 years old and her father was 17, and they separated when she was very young. Her mother had to bring up all four children alone, which is reminiscent of Arnold's own directorial debut short, Wasp (2003). As a young girl, Arnold wrote horror stories.
Arnold left high school when she was 16, when she was drawn to becoming an actress. When Arnold was 18 years old she began working as a host and actress for a children's TV show called No. 73. She worked in TV for the next 10 years.
Arnold realized that she could turn her stories into films, so she studied at the American Film Institute of Los Angeles where she gained experience in the film industry.

Career:-

ü Early TV work:

After leaving school in the late 1970s, Arnold got her first TV jobs as a dancer on shows that included Top of the Pops . She first came to prominence as an actress and television presenter. Then she became famous with her television show No.73 and The Kumars at No. 42 in 1980s. After a couple of years of experience in front of the camera, Arnold realised, "Television was great fun and I went along for the ride, but I never felt that comfortable in front of the camera".

ü Directing:

After retiring from her career as a television presenter, Arnold studied directing at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles and trained in screenwriting at the PAL Labs in Kent. Her early short films included Milk (1998) and Dog (2001). She won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp in 2004.

üWorking with Film Festivals 

Ø In 2012, she was a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Ø A member of the jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in 2013.
Ø  In 2014 Arnold was announced as the chair of the jury for International Critics' Week at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Ø  In 2016, Arnold was chosen to take part in a public conversation about her career as part of the Tribeca Film Festival's "Tribeca Talks" program.
Ø A jury member of the 2017 Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Ø Chair of the European Film Festival of Les Arcs in 2017.

 Filmography


Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info  Andrea Arnold British Film Director 1961-present        Early Life  Arnold was born on 5 April, 1961, in Dartford, Kent, England. She was the eldest of four children. She was born when her mother was only 16 years old and her father was 17, and they separated when she was very young. Her mother had to bring up all four children alone, which is reminiscent of Arnold's own directorial debut short, Wasp (2003). As a young girl, Arnold wrote horror stories.  Arnold left high school when she was 16, when she was drawn to becoming an actress. When Arnold was 18 years old she began working as a host and actress for a children's TV show called No. 73. She worked in TV for the next 10 years.  Arnold realized that she could turn her stories into films, so she studied at the American Film Institute of Los Angeles where she gained experience in the film industry.    Career:-    ü Early TV work:    After leaving school in the late 1970s, Arnold got her first TV jobs as a dancer on shows that included Top of the Pops . She first came to prominence as an actress and television presenter. Then she became famous with her television show No.73 and The Kumars at No. 42 in 1980s. After a couple of years of experience in front of the camera, Arnold realised, "Television was great fun and I went along for the ride, but I never felt that comfortable in front of the camera".    ü Directing:    After retiring from her career as a television presenter, Arnold studied directing at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles and trained in screenwriting at the PAL Labs in Kent. Her early short films included Milk (1998) and Dog (2001). She won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp in 2004.    üWorking with Film Festivals     Ø In 2012, she was a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø A member of the jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in 2013.  Ø  In 2014 Arnold was announced as the chair of the jury for International Critics' Week at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø  In 2016, Arnold was chosen to take part in a public conversation about her career as part of the Tribeca Film Festival's "Tribeca Talks" program.  Ø A jury member of the 2017 Sheffield Doc/Fest.  Ø Chair of the European Film Festival of Les Arcs in 2017.     Filmography        Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info   Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Film Awards    Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Television Series    Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info        Television Series Awards  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info      Film Making Style:-    Ø    Dogme 95 Style     o   Shooting on location  o    Sound produced never apart from the image  o   Handheld Camera  o   Colour film  o   No optical work or filters    o   No superficial action      Ø Popular Music  o   specially hip-hop music.     Ø  Shooting in 4:3 ratio  o   4:3 is “a portrait frame. My films are generally from the point of view of one person.    Ø  Social realism  o   Giving the audience a true indication of what life is like.    Ø  Linear narrative style  o   Stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the present.    Ø  Woman the main character  o Woman is the main character of her films. In every film, she showed that woman power is the main strength of the family.     Ø  Professional and non –actors  o She has used some professional and non actors in her film. Especially the performance is very natural in her professional and non-actors' role.    Ø  Low budgets   o Another best characteristic of her film is she has made her films with low budget.     "Draws visual parallels between her characters and the insects in the environment"  Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  A shot from Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info
 Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info

Film Awards

Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info  Andrea Arnold British Film Director 1961-present        Early Life  Arnold was born on 5 April, 1961, in Dartford, Kent, England. She was the eldest of four children. She was born when her mother was only 16 years old and her father was 17, and they separated when she was very young. Her mother had to bring up all four children alone, which is reminiscent of Arnold's own directorial debut short, Wasp (2003). As a young girl, Arnold wrote horror stories.  Arnold left high school when she was 16, when she was drawn to becoming an actress. When Arnold was 18 years old she began working as a host and actress for a children's TV show called No. 73. She worked in TV for the next 10 years.  Arnold realized that she could turn her stories into films, so she studied at the American Film Institute of Los Angeles where she gained experience in the film industry.    Career:-    ü Early TV work:    After leaving school in the late 1970s, Arnold got her first TV jobs as a dancer on shows that included Top of the Pops . She first came to prominence as an actress and television presenter. Then she became famous with her television show No.73 and The Kumars at No. 42 in 1980s. After a couple of years of experience in front of the camera, Arnold realised, "Television was great fun and I went along for the ride, but I never felt that comfortable in front of the camera".    ü Directing:    After retiring from her career as a television presenter, Arnold studied directing at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles and trained in screenwriting at the PAL Labs in Kent. Her early short films included Milk (1998) and Dog (2001). She won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp in 2004.    üWorking with Film Festivals     Ø In 2012, she was a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø A member of the jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in 2013.  Ø  In 2014 Arnold was announced as the chair of the jury for International Critics' Week at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø  In 2016, Arnold was chosen to take part in a public conversation about her career as part of the Tribeca Film Festival's "Tribeca Talks" program.  Ø A jury member of the 2017 Sheffield Doc/Fest.  Ø Chair of the European Film Festival of Les Arcs in 2017.     Filmography        Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info   Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Film Awards    Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Television Series    Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info        Television Series Awards  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info      Film Making Style:-    Ø    Dogme 95 Style     o   Shooting on location  o    Sound produced never apart from the image  o   Handheld Camera  o   Colour film  o   No optical work or filters    o   No superficial action      Ø Popular Music  o   specially hip-hop music.     Ø  Shooting in 4:3 ratio  o   4:3 is “a portrait frame. My films are generally from the point of view of one person.    Ø  Social realism  o   Giving the audience a true indication of what life is like.    Ø  Linear narrative style  o   Stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the present.    Ø  Woman the main character  o Woman is the main character of her films. In every film, she showed that woman power is the main strength of the family.     Ø  Professional and non –actors  o She has used some professional and non actors in her film. Especially the performance is very natural in her professional and non-actors' role.    Ø  Low budgets   o Another best characteristic of her film is she has made her films with low budget.     "Draws visual parallels between her characters and the insects in the environment"  Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  A shot from Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info
Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info

Television Series

Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info  Andrea Arnold British Film Director 1961-present        Early Life  Arnold was born on 5 April, 1961, in Dartford, Kent, England. She was the eldest of four children. She was born when her mother was only 16 years old and her father was 17, and they separated when she was very young. Her mother had to bring up all four children alone, which is reminiscent of Arnold's own directorial debut short, Wasp (2003). As a young girl, Arnold wrote horror stories.  Arnold left high school when she was 16, when she was drawn to becoming an actress. When Arnold was 18 years old she began working as a host and actress for a children's TV show called No. 73. She worked in TV for the next 10 years.  Arnold realized that she could turn her stories into films, so she studied at the American Film Institute of Los Angeles where she gained experience in the film industry.    Career:-    ü Early TV work:    After leaving school in the late 1970s, Arnold got her first TV jobs as a dancer on shows that included Top of the Pops . She first came to prominence as an actress and television presenter. Then she became famous with her television show No.73 and The Kumars at No. 42 in 1980s. After a couple of years of experience in front of the camera, Arnold realised, "Television was great fun and I went along for the ride, but I never felt that comfortable in front of the camera".    ü Directing:    After retiring from her career as a television presenter, Arnold studied directing at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles and trained in screenwriting at the PAL Labs in Kent. Her early short films included Milk (1998) and Dog (2001). She won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp in 2004.    üWorking with Film Festivals     Ø In 2012, she was a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø A member of the jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in 2013.  Ø  In 2014 Arnold was announced as the chair of the jury for International Critics' Week at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø  In 2016, Arnold was chosen to take part in a public conversation about her career as part of the Tribeca Film Festival's "Tribeca Talks" program.  Ø A jury member of the 2017 Sheffield Doc/Fest.  Ø Chair of the European Film Festival of Les Arcs in 2017.     Filmography        Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info   Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Film Awards    Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Television Series    Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info        Television Series Awards  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info      Film Making Style:-    Ø    Dogme 95 Style     o   Shooting on location  o    Sound produced never apart from the image  o   Handheld Camera  o   Colour film  o   No optical work or filters    o   No superficial action      Ø Popular Music  o   specially hip-hop music.     Ø  Shooting in 4:3 ratio  o   4:3 is “a portrait frame. My films are generally from the point of view of one person.    Ø  Social realism  o   Giving the audience a true indication of what life is like.    Ø  Linear narrative style  o   Stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the present.    Ø  Woman the main character  o Woman is the main character of her films. In every film, she showed that woman power is the main strength of the family.     Ø  Professional and non –actors  o She has used some professional and non actors in her film. Especially the performance is very natural in her professional and non-actors' role.    Ø  Low budgets   o Another best characteristic of her film is she has made her films with low budget.     "Draws visual parallels between her characters and the insects in the environment"  Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  A shot from Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info
Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info



Television Series Awards
Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info Andrea Arnold British Film Director_BD Films Info  Andrea Arnold British Film Director 1961-present        Early Life  Arnold was born on 5 April, 1961, in Dartford, Kent, England. She was the eldest of four children. She was born when her mother was only 16 years old and her father was 17, and they separated when she was very young. Her mother had to bring up all four children alone, which is reminiscent of Arnold's own directorial debut short, Wasp (2003). As a young girl, Arnold wrote horror stories.  Arnold left high school when she was 16, when she was drawn to becoming an actress. When Arnold was 18 years old she began working as a host and actress for a children's TV show called No. 73. She worked in TV for the next 10 years.  Arnold realized that she could turn her stories into films, so she studied at the American Film Institute of Los Angeles where she gained experience in the film industry.    Career:-    ü Early TV work:    After leaving school in the late 1970s, Arnold got her first TV jobs as a dancer on shows that included Top of the Pops . She first came to prominence as an actress and television presenter. Then she became famous with her television show No.73 and The Kumars at No. 42 in 1980s. After a couple of years of experience in front of the camera, Arnold realised, "Television was great fun and I went along for the ride, but I never felt that comfortable in front of the camera".    ü Directing:    After retiring from her career as a television presenter, Arnold studied directing at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles and trained in screenwriting at the PAL Labs in Kent. Her early short films included Milk (1998) and Dog (2001). She won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Wasp in 2004.    üWorking with Film Festivals     Ø In 2012, she was a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø A member of the jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival in 2013.  Ø  In 2014 Arnold was announced as the chair of the jury for International Critics' Week at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.  Ø  In 2016, Arnold was chosen to take part in a public conversation about her career as part of the Tribeca Film Festival's "Tribeca Talks" program.  Ø A jury member of the 2017 Sheffield Doc/Fest.  Ø Chair of the European Film Festival of Les Arcs in 2017.     Filmography        Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info   Filmography of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Film Awards    Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Film Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info    Television Series    Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info        Television Series Awards  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info      Film Making Style:-    Ø    Dogme 95 Style     o   Shooting on location  o    Sound produced never apart from the image  o   Handheld Camera  o   Colour film  o   No optical work or filters    o   No superficial action      Ø Popular Music  o   specially hip-hop music.     Ø  Shooting in 4:3 ratio  o   4:3 is “a portrait frame. My films are generally from the point of view of one person.    Ø  Social realism  o   Giving the audience a true indication of what life is like.    Ø  Linear narrative style  o   Stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the present.    Ø  Woman the main character  o Woman is the main character of her films. In every film, she showed that woman power is the main strength of the family.     Ø  Professional and non –actors  o She has used some professional and non actors in her film. Especially the performance is very natural in her professional and non-actors' role.    Ø  Low budgets   o Another best characteristic of her film is she has made her films with low budget.     "Draws visual parallels between her characters and the insects in the environment"  Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info  A shot from Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info
Television Series Awards of Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info


Film Making Style:-

Ø    Dogme 95 Style 

o   Shooting on location
o    Sound produced never apart from the image
o   Handheld Camera
o   Colour film
o   No optical work or filters
  o   No superficial action  

Ø Popular Music
o   specially hip-hop music. 

Ø  Shooting in 4:3 ratio
o   4:3 is “a portrait frame. My films are generally from the point of view of one person.

Ø  Social realism
o   Giving the audience a true indication of what life is like.

Ø  Linear narrative style
o   Stories in a logical manner by telling what happens from one point in time to the next without using flashbacks or flash-forwards and then returning to the present.

Ø  Woman the main character
o Woman is the main character of her films. In every film, she showed that woman power is the main strength of the family. 

Ø  Professional and non –actors
o She has used some professional and non actors in her film. Especially the performance is very natural in her professional and non-actors' role.

Ø  Low budgets 
Another best characteristic of her film is she has made her films with low budget. 

"Draws visual parallels between her characters and the insects in the environment"
Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info
A shot from Wasp (2003) directed by Andrea Arnold_BD Films Info









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