Andrew Jones is a prolific independent film producer, screenwriter, director and editor.
Born on 6th October 1983 in Swansea, South Wales, Andrew was educated at Olchfa Comprehensive School and later attended the University of Glamorgan. At the age of 27, he founded UK production company North Bank Entertainment to produce independent genre films with a similar aesthetic to the work of American luminaries Roger Corman and Charles Band. Andrew has since become one of the most prolific independent film producers in the UK with an established track record of commercially successful titles. Andrew's feature films, most of which he also writes and directs, regularly receive Theatrical, DVD and digital distribution in numerous territories around the world including the UK, North America, Canada, Germany, South America, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, the Philippines, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Distribution companies he has worked with include Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Universal Pictures and 4Digital Media.
In North America, Andrew's independent titles regularly appear on the DVD shelves of retail giants such as Walmart, generating a high level of physical sales which consistently defy the odds. In the United Kingdom, eight of Andrew's films have reached the Top 30 of the national DVD chart, thirteen of his films have placed in the Top 5 of best selling Direct-to-Video titles in their first week of release and four of his films have reached the Number 1 position on the HMV DVD Premiere Chart. According to the annual BFI Research and Statistics booklet North Bank Entertainment continually maintains a Top 10 spot on the list of production companies involved in the greatest number of commercially released British feature films each year. Andrew's top selling titles include the 'Robert the Doll' franchise which to date has generated five films, all of which have been released in dozens of territories worldwide.
Since 2012 Andrew has been married to artist and producer Sharron Jones and continues to reside in his hometown of Swansea in South Wales.