Andrew Millington is an independent filmmaker and an educator. A Senior Lecturer in Motion Picture Arts at the Errol Barrow Center for the Creative Imagination, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, he is a writer, director, producer and editor whose work includes the narrative feature film Zora’s Dream (2017), Guttaperc (2000) and the short film Masks (1998). Shakespeare in the Caribbean; The Caribbean in Shakespeare, a documentary commissioned by the British Council was released in June 2017. He is currently producing a documentary series Sugar, Spirits and Sovereignty, a historical treatment of the evolution of Barbadian society and will begin production on a new dramatic film John Crow Paradise in 2020 through his production company Shango Films Inc. He has lived and worked in the United States for over thirty years. As Professor of Film at Howard University he headed the school’s Graduate MFA Film program and also worked as an Assistant Director to award winning filmmakers Ethiopian Haile Gerima and Haitian Raoul Peck. Andrew holds an MA in Mass Communication and an MFA in Film from Howard University in Washington, DC.