FEATURE FILMS

The Forgotten Kingdom

This feature length drama has garnered awards at over a dozen international film festivals, and took three wins and nine nominations at the 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards®. The film, written and directed by Andrew Mudge, was distributed in South Africa by Indigenous Films Distribution, and internationally by Kino Lorber.

For more info about this film, visit www.forgottenkingdomthemovie.com

 

 

 

 

DOCUMENTARIES

Meshkanu: The Long Walk of Elizabeth Penashue

Elizabeth Penashue is an elder from the Innu Nation of Labrador (Newfoundland, Canada). For more than thirty years she has been a passionate activist for the preservation of her culture and the environment. Each Marchshe leads members of her community on a three week trek across frozen rivers and mountains, to the remote lakes region where she was born and raised. The walk is called Meshkanu, which is the Innu word for "the good path." Elizabeth's walk is to raise awareness of the problems facing the Innu peoples and to make a statement to the Canadian government: "We are still here."

In making this short documentary, Andrew spent 22 days walking with Elizabeth, across the interior of Labrador. To listen to a CBC interview where he talks about the film, click

To learn more about Elizabeth Penashue, please visit her blog, http://elizabethpenashue.blogspot.com

MUSIC VIDEOS

Knights of Bostonia (State Radio)

Filmed in Dec 2010 in Boston, Hull, Quincy, and the Nobles School in Dedham. Shot the Red and Canon 7D. Director of Photography - Beecher Cotton. Produced by Mike Bowes and Andrew Mudge. Directed by Andrew Mudge

Calling All Crows (State Radio)

Filmed in March 2010 in New York, Rio De Janeiro, Capetown, and Mumbai. Director of Photography - Andrew Mudge. Produced by Andrew Mudge, Sybil Gallagher, Terry Leonard, Wendy Sherrin, Jess Bonin, Leonard Wery, and Tess Joseph. Directed by Andrew Mudge.

SHORT FILMS

The Perfect Gooseys (17 Minutes, 35mm)

Written and Directed by Andrew Mudge. Produced by Mariia Arruda, Stephen Fromkin, Andrew Mudge, and Nicole Ritchay. Director of Photography Ed Slattery. Music by Christopher Libertino.

2002 Telluride Film Festival, Winner of the "Golden Starfish Award" at the 2002 Hamptons International Film Festival, Winner "Best of Festival" at the 2002 Los Angeles Short Film Festival. Distributed by HBO Cinemax.

Chicken Pox Pal (10 Minutes, 16mm)

Written and Directed by Andrew Mudge. 2000 Sundance Film Festival. Distributed by the Sundance Channel.