Talent Guide

Andrew Fuller

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Producing Lab 2010


After receiving a degree in Political Science from Colgate University in 2003, Andrew Fuller moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career the film business. He began working in feature development at Village Roadshow Pictures, a co-financing partner of Warner Brothers, following a string of successful films including The Matrix and Ocean’s Eleven. He went on to serve as entertainment adviser for The Bahamas Film Studio where he liaised for the Freeport-based company on deals such as Disney’s Pirates Of The Caribbean 2 & 3, in addition to consulting on localized tax incentives, soft money financing, and alternative insurance products serving as credit enhancing mechanisms both for single pictures and film slates budgeted up to $150 Million.

In 2007, after heading up the creative division at a wireless start-up company where he acquired numerous properties and produced short form, viral-driven animated and live action content, Fuller formed Razor Films (www.razorfilmsla.com). Predicated upon the synthesis of classic Hollywood storytelling with the opportunities of a constantly changing industry and marketplace, the company focuses on making artistically appealing, yet commercially viable, independently financed feature films with breakout and award potential. Razor’s current slate of films in various stages of development and production include Brute Force, a music documentary, The Last Highway, a concert film, and several novel adaptations.

Current Project

Brute Force (Documentary Feature)


The story of Apple Records' notoriously irreverent recording artist, Stephen Friedland, aka Brute Force.