"Speak your mind, but ride a fast horse."
Awarded as a Nicholl Fellowship Finalist for the female driven Western, Sweet in the Saddle, Andrew, a Philly native with a BFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College and an MFA from USC's School of Cinematic Arts, lived and worked in LA for 17 years as a screenwriter and script doctor. Relocating to Kansas City to teach screenwriting and create Qikfinger Films, he was awarded Best Director for his sci-fi short, EPG, and Devil's Food Cake, his short thriller, remains an audience cult favorite on Amazon Prime. Having placed in the Nichols Fellowship seven times, Andrew created his production company, Qikfinger Films to produce, write and direct films amidst KC's thriving indie film scene. Having authored several feature scripts and a slate in preproduction, Andrew remains eager to create and produce movies.
Lady in Blue Productions, Inc.
Ms. Steele brings 15 years of business organization and accounting, as well as creative/art expertise to her eighteen years of professional experience in filmmaking.
These business accounting and organization skills have served her well in budgeting for feature films, keeping those films on budget, negotiating deals, and in pulling together a successful film crew. Ms. Steele has produced and line produced twelve independent feature films, including "Awaken", with Daryl Hannah, and Vinnie Jones, "Road Wars", "Chariot", "Don't Kill It" with Dolph Lundgren, Syfy original "Empire of the Sharks" with John Savage, and most recently "Big Kill" with Jason Patric, Lou Diamond Phillips and Danny Trejo.
She has a uniquely comprehensive experience as a filmmaker, having worked in many capacities, including director, editor, producer, line producer, production designer, casting director (8 feature films), editor (10 feature films), visual effects (10 feature films) and more.