Andrew Johnstone is a freelance broadcast journalist based in Exeter, United Kingdom. Andrew has been working in film and Television for over 20 years and runs his own production company Wild Dog Limited. Andrew is a member of the Guild of Television Cameramen and a member of the Chartered Institute of Journalists. Andrew has a full ENG HD shooting kit (BBC/EBU approved for HD broadcast), including audio kit with radio & boom mics, grip, GoPro & reporter lights, as well as pro-audio recorders for radio reporting. Wild Dog's edit studio includes Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects and Final Cut Pro. Andrew recent documentary film on Fracking in the USA, produced in association with American photojournalist Les Stone, was screened by the Guardian and is distributed by Journeyman Films. Andrew is a long time contributor to Panos Pictures and his work has been commissioned and published in many mainstream publications including Time Magazine, New York Times, Guardian, Sunday Times, Die Zeit and the Telegraph. Based in Devon in the UK, Andrew continues to work in film and TV, contributing regular films to BBC's Inside Out series and producer documentaries for corporate and development agencies.
In this short film, Ugandan Science Journalist William Odinga travels back to Otuke in Northern Uganda to find out what changes have occurred in the rural farming communities that struggle to subsist in variable climate when rainfall is unpredictable.
This is the final rough cut of the film we produced in the summer of 2014 for the autumn series of BBC Inside Out. about Devon based mountaineer and double amputee Norman Croucher.
This short film offers some of the highlights of the 2015 Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival 2015, including clips and contributions from Patrick Gale, Dame Hilary Mantel, Ben Okri, Dame Margaret Drabble, Judith Kerr, David 'Bumble' Lloyd, Kaffe Fasset, Helen Lederer and others.