Andy-Erwin

ANDREW ERWIN

(Director / Producer / Editor) began his career as a teenager working for ESPN as a camera operator in his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama. As a sports cameraman, Erwin worked with ESPN’s College Football Primetime, Sunday Night Football, FOX NFL, the NBA, and covered events such as the X Games and the Super Bowl. In 2002, Andrew founded a production company with his brother Jon. Their first ventures were commercials, documentaries, and music videos.

The brothers soon were directing videos and producing concerts and television programs for platinum recording artists such as Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Casting Crowns, Switchfoot, Skillet, and others. They received 11 GMA Dove Awards nominations and 3 wins for Music Video of the Year.

In 2010, the Erwin brothers began exclusively developing dramatic feature films. Their features have all opened in the top-ten box office and they have received the coveted A+ CinemaScore® twice. Their features include October Baby, Moms’ Night Out, Woodlawn, and the breakthrough hit I Can Only Imagine, which became the #1 independent film of 2018, earning more than $83 million at the box office. Their most recent film, I Still Believe, opened in March, 2020.

In 2019, they launched Kingdom Story Company alongside their partners Kevin Downes and Tony Young, with a first-look deal with Lionsgate. The first film from that venture was I Still Believe. Andrew serves as Chief Creative Officer at Kingdom Story Company as well as produces and directs feature films with his brother Jon and Kevin Downes.

They most recently produced American Underdog, the inspiring true story of Kurt Warner, as well as The Jesus Music, a documentary focusing on the advent of Contemporary Christian Music.

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