Andrew Satter is a video storyteller based in Washington, DC. A journalist-turned-filmmaker, Satter has produced and directed dozens of short films on a variety of pressing social issues. He is particularly interested in using the medium of film to educate and explain the impact of public policy on our daily lives. His films have screened at numerous film festivals in the U.S. and around the globe. Satter holds a masterís degree in new media journalism from Northwesternís Medill School of Journalism and a bachelorís degree in English from Washington University in St. Louis.

Please contact Andrew for inquiries about freelance assignments, speaking engagements or just to say hello here.


AWARDS AND FILM FESTIVALS


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2008


  • First place, Online News Association, Best Topical Site, Medium, AZStarNet.com Border News

2007


  • Finalist, EPpy Awards for best News Web site under 1 million, AZStarNet.com
  • Second place, Arizona Associated Press Managing Editors New Writing and Photo Contest for Online Presentation, SahuaritaStar.com and NorthwestStar.com.

2006


  • Employee of the Year, Arizona Daily Star

2005


  • Finalist, EPpy Awards for Best Internet Community Service Effort under 1 million, Border Death Database
  • First place, Arizona Press Club, Creative Use of Online for series 'Smuggling Children'
  • Employee of the Year, Arizona Daily Star

2004


  • Harrington Award for journalistic promise and high scholastic achievement in new media, Medill School of Journalism