Andi Reiss is an independent filmmaker and video artist.
As producer, a director, writer, self-shooter, editor and colourist, photographer, media artist, video painter, cartoonist and university lecturer, his work aims to challenge the constraints and conventions of spectatorship and chronicle an emotive connection between people and their relationship to the worlds and scenarios they inhabit. It spans film, installation and performance, employing a range of methodologies in media.
Over twenty years of working independently he has won festival awards and gained experience of most film-making situations, producing many varied types of content from live events, digital videos, long-form observational documentary, short and very short films, to a 90 minute feature and multi-channel video installation, or video variant.
Outside of professional activities, his interests include trampolining, bubblewrap, Avril Lavigne’s underrated latter work and stone-skipping.