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Andrew Wiseman

Andrew has worked as a producer and director for over thirty years. Combining drama and documentary work, he has created award-winning productions for Australian and international audiences. With a particular interest in the interplay between historical events and the present, recent drama titles include Parer’s War (2014), Sisters of War (2010) and Curtin (2007). Andrew’s documentaries focus on health-related and stories and include Driving with Richard, (1992) Wonder Boy (2001) and Shake Rattle and Roll (2005).

Filmography

DRIVING WITH RICHARD »

DRIVING WITH RICHARD tracks the history of Deirdre and Carley who reveal with candour and humour how their expectations about motherhood were altered and how they have created lifestyles that fulfill their own needs...

SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL »

Prior to diagnosis, Ross Collins was a Detective Sergeant with the Victoria Police working in the Major Fraud Group. As a result of his illness, he left the police force and, while his wife Margaret went back to full-time work as a nurse in an emergency ward, Ross took care of the house and their two children, Madeleine and Jack...

SOMETHING CLOSE TO HELL »

Lorraine McArthur suffered burns to 75% of her body in a fuel fire. She spent ten months in hospital and, by comparison, feels childbirth is easy...

WONDER BOY »

Since the last film, DRIVING WITH RICHARD, there have been significant changes in Richard's life: Deirdre and Charlie have separated, Richard has finished school and Charlie is now his principal carer...

ON RICHARD'S SIDE »

Filmed over three decades, On Richard’s Side charts the life-story of Richard, a young man with a complex disability since birth...