Andrea Ulbrick is an award-winning director and producer with a domestic and international career spanning 32 years. Since 2016, Andrea has been a Screen Investment Manager at Screen NSW and has managed more than 400 film and TV productions across a range of project types and genres including Feature Films (THE STRANGER, Transmission 2022) and CARMEN (Sony Pictures Classic / Canal Plus, 2022), TV drama such as the award-winning MYSTERY ROAD SERIES 2 and 3 (ABC, 2019, 2022), dozens of award-winning Feature Documentaries including FIRESTARTER (Icon and ABC, 2020), GIRLS CAN’T SURF (Madman, 2020) and PLAYING WITH SHARKS (Disney Plus/Madman, 2021), the Walkley Award winning documentary series REVELATION (ABC, 2019) and the multi-award-winning BACKTRACK BOYS (SBS Movies, 2018), as well as VR content including the Emmy-award winning film AWAVENA (2019).
Previously, Andrea worked as a commissioning editor at ABC Factual (2014-2016) following a successful career in the independent sector with companies including Heiress Films, Serendipity Productions /Artemis International, Essential Media, Shine Australia, Screenworld, and Fremantle Media. She has produced and directed a range of international science and history co-productions for ABC TV, SBS, CBC, Arte France, BBC, Channel 4, WNET, National Geographic, and Discovery.
Andrea’s films have won several awards including the Scinema Science Prize for Best Director, Best Sports Journalism, both in Sydney, and a nomination for Best Documentary at the Banff World Media Festival “Rockie” award in Canada in 2008, as well as other nominations.