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      André Singer

      André Singer

      Highest Rated: 100% They Will Have to Kill Us First (2015)

      Lowest Rated: 50% The Man Who Bought Mustique (2000)

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      Award-winning documentary filmmaker and producer André Singer was internationally recognized in 2014 with the release of his powerful World War II doc, "Night Will Fall." Born and raised in England, Singer initially intended upon becoming an academic. He attended Oxford University in the 1970s, where he did his doctoral studies on the nations of Afghanistan and Iran. However, after a change of heart, Singer abruptly left the university and decided to become a TV producer. In the late 1970s, he started producing documentaries for the British current events program "World in Action" (ITV, 1963-1968), and by the 1980s was working as a producer on various documentaries for the British production company Granada Television. Then in 1992 Singer began working with the prolific filmmaker Werner Herzog, and over the next two decades would executive produce several of Herzog's films, including "My Best Fiend" (1995) and "Little Dieter Needs to Fly" (1998). Singer had a brush with Hollywood prestige in 2002 after he co-executive produced the acclaimed holocaust documentary "Prisoner of Paradise" (2002). That film would go on to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. Singer continued executive producing TV and film documentaries throughout the 2000s, scoring another hit in 2003 with the acclaimed chess doc, "Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine," before achieving his greatest success with 2014's "Night Will Fall." Filmed during the final days of World War II, the documentary was indefinitely shelved by the British government and remained unseen for nearly 70 years. Singer was instrumental in restoring the footage and bringing it to light. "Night Will Fall" was also notable on account of the fact that legendary director Alfred Hitchcock, was a part of the original 1945 team that helped make the film, shooting some of the only existing footage filmed at Auschwitz. "Night Will Fall" was broadcast on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom and HBO in America, and received overwhelmingly positive praise upon its release in early 2015.

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      96% 75% Werner Herzog: Radical Dreamer Producer - 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Beneath the Surface Executive Producer - 2022
      71% No Score Yet The Tinderbox Executive Producer - 2022
      98% 61% Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds Producer - 2020
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Indian Space Dreams Executive Producer - 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet One Night in Al-Aqsa Executive Producer - 2019
      86% 68% Meeting Gorbachev Director,
      Writer
      $251.0K 2018
      88% No Score Yet A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot Executive Producer - 2017
      No Score Yet 58% City 40 Executive Producer - 2016
      92% 73% Into the Inferno Producer - 2016
      100% 62% They Will Have to Kill Us First Executive Producer - 2015
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Ecocide Executive Producer - 2014
      100% 93% Night Will Fall Director - 2014
      96% 89% The Look of Silence Executive Producer $109.1K 2014
      100% No Score Yet We Went to War Executive Producer - 2012
      No Score Yet 88% Death Row Executive Producer - 2012
      76% 65% Dreams of a Life Executive Producer $6.6K 2011
      69% 56% The Wild Blue Yonder Producer - 2005
      94% 77% Wheel of Time Executive Producer - 2003
      76% 55% Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine Executive Producer - 2003
      50% No Score Yet The Man Who Bought Mustique Executive Producer $20.7K 2000
      78% 92% My Best Fiend Executive Producer - 1999
      93% 94% Little Dieter Needs to Fly Executive Producer - 1997
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Madame l'eau Producer - 1993
      No Score Yet No Score Yet I Am a Sex Addict Producer - 1993