About Michael anderson
Michael Anderson is a film director and producer with a vast amount of experience over a wide range of media programmes gathered from working freelance in film and video over the last twenty five years. His productions include, corporates, documentaries, commercials, web broadcasts and interactive DVDs.
Michael Anderson is a film director and producer with a vast amount of experience over a wide range of media programmes gathered from working freelance in film and video over the last twenty five years. His productions include, corporates, documentaries, web broadcasts and interactive DVDs.
With clients such as Airbus industries, Nokia, Johnny Walker and CNN.
His experience on feature films and as a Director of Photography on commercials, ensures very high quality productions that are a signature to all his work.
Michael Anderson has developed a number of film scripts for Lighthouse Films Bombay, for Quadrupedal Films and its acquisition of film rights to the Booker prize runner up "Animal's People" as director, and as script writer and director for Azure's futuristic "Henry5". He is the co writer and director for Sabre Film's black comedy, "The Hatching" due to go into production in May 2013.
Michael Anderson's sports training series are distributed globally by IMG to major broadcasters, a spectrum of digital media platforms and as IN FLIGHT entertainment. The DVDs are distributed by Quantum Leap.
Broadcasting from the web has opened a door for many clients requiring well written, well filmed short films for specific promotional material. Here Michael Anderson's skills as director, producer, writer and director of photography can combine.
Michael Anderson enjoys the variety and contrast in productions, happy to work with large crews of eighty or to live amongst The Berbers in the Atlas Mountains for CNN.
'The Plumber' is a live enactment of a strip cartoon published by Punch in 1923, drawn by the celebrated cartoonist H.M.Bateman called "Something Wrong. The plumber fixes it." Michael Anderson previously directed a one hour T.V. docudrama for TSW. called 'The Man Who...'. covering Bateman's life and works.