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Paul G Andrews

CEO & Producer

A successful entrepreneur for twenty-five years, Paul’s expertise spans financial services, investment sales, arbitrage, property investment and network marketing.

In 2005, Paul established international television production and media sales company GlobalWatch, working with a host of multi-national companies at CEO level. He has interviewed and collaborated with senior Government Officials such as Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, ex-Russian Finance Minister Mikhail Zadornov, President of Ethiopia Girma Wolde-Giorgis, ex-President of Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo and the UK’s Minister for Trade & Industry Lord Green.

An ex-junior table tennis international player, Paul sponsored and co-promoted with close friend Matthew Syed (author of ‘Bounce: How Champions Are Made’) three International table tennis events televised by the BBC including an Olympic special.

In 2011, Paul produced a documentary called ‘Russia Calling’ which looked at the changes from the old Soviet Union to the new Russia over the last twenty-five years. He was also instrumental in assisting the Russian Stock Exchange with listing their clients’ stock prices on the financial news channel CNBC.

Paul established GlobalWatch Films in 2013 to produce a slate of feature films, from lower budget comedies and psychological horror features to larger budget films aimed at the North American studio market. He completed six films in 2016/17 which are all set to make profits for investors and has a slate of 11 high profile projects in development with Oscar winning/nominated partners including three projects with Thomas Keneally (Man Booker Prize winning author of Schindler’s List, later a Steven Spielberg film winning seven Oscars).

In October 2018 Paul’s latest film, Boogie Man, won the Best Feature Film Award at the Cardiff International Film Festival, and in December of the same year Paul was given the honour of being on the Judging Jury at the Sochi International Film Festival.

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