Andrew Di Pardo is a multi-talented filmmaker born in Toronto, Canada. From 2006 to 2012, Andrew and his cousin, Aramis Neal Pacitto came up with several series concepts in which they felt were ready to be reviewed by networks in the USA. April 2012, they brought a sitcom called "Life is Hell" to a production company in Pittsburgh which showed strong interest in the idea. After months of negotiations the deal fell through. But Andrew didn't want to quit. He then approached his cousin with the idea to create short films to showcase their talent. Afterwards they went ahead and produced thirteen shorts/mid-features and one feature film, where they wrote, acted and directed (from 2012 to 2015). "Deep Trouble," the most successful of the online films in which Andrew Directed, was accepted into two film festivals and was nominated for three awards, one being 'Best Director.'
After graduating from the Toronto Film School in 2015, Andrew then took on a new direction by Directing films in the United States of America such as "Under the Gun (2016)" & "Violators (2017)." He was also the Director and Director of Photography on a feature film called "The Rush Chairman (2017)." His most recent live-action short film in which he co-wrote and Directed titled "Decades Apart" was released on Amazon Prime (in 62 countries) during the summer of 2018. The film has received positive feedback from viewers worldwide.
Andrew is now looking ahead to the future as he remains confident in the projects he's attached to that are in development.