More Brad Anderson Bios & Profiles
Biography #2Brad Anderson studied ethnographic film at Bowdoin College and film production in London. He recently moved to New York City from Boston where he spent eight years directing and editing documentaries and teaching a class called guerilla filmmaking. His first feature, The Darien Gap, screened in competition at Sundance 1996 and is distributed by Northern Arts Entertainment. In 1997, he was honored by Variety as one of the Ten Leading New Independent Directors to Watch.
In 1998, his feature Next Stop Wonderland was picked up at Sundance by Miramax Films. It won the Grand Prix and the Audience Award at the Deauville Film Festival, as well as the Excellence in Filmmaking Award by the National Board of Review.
Happy Accidents, produced by IFC Productions, is Anderson's third film. His next project is directing the remake of Cedric Klapisch's 1996 French feature, When The Cat's Away.