Andrew Sully is an award-winning writer and director.
In 2009 he completed the documentary Anatomy Of A Massacre for ABC TV about a forensic investigation in East Timor to find the missing protestors from the 1991 Santa Cruz Massacre. He also made Feral Peril for ABC TV, an ecological detective story about the threat of introduced feral carnivores in Tasmania. It won three awards at the 2009 International Wildlife Film Festival in Montana, USA.
In 2005, he directed the acclaimed four-part ABC TV series The Shearers. Andrew’s earlier documentary work includes the Film Australia and ABC TV series East Timor - Birth Of A Nation, Once Were Monks (Film Australia/SBS TV) and the theatrically released Hell Bento!!, Uncovering the Japanese Underground (SBS TV). He was also a director on the documentary series Suspicious Minds, Forensic Stories from the Coroner’s Office (Channel Nine), Dave In the Life (SBS TV) and The Two Of Us (SBS TV).
Black Dogs, his short drama, won numerous local and international awards including an ATOM award, Best Film at the St Kilda Film Festival and the Grand Prix at the Festival International des Ecoles de Cinéma, Poitiers. His next film, A Dancing Foot and A Praying Knee, was nominated for two AFI Awards and received a national theatrical release.