Andy van Roon is an Executive Producer for Vintage Flick Productions.
He is Chairman/GM of FILM-COM Financing & Distribution Market, an international film, television and documentary market focusing on projects in development that needcompletion funding or newly completed projects seeking distribution.
He has an MFA from the University of Southern California.
He was president of the Nashville Film/Video Association, a membership-based trade organization.
He was co-founder of Nashville Cinema Partners, a video distribution company.
was founding president of FilmNashville
, a trade organization specifically designed to facilitate creation of feature films, television programs and documentaries.
He was co-founder of FilmNashville Foundation, an organization designed to facilitate funding for documentaries.
He was state-wide coordinator to help secure Tennessee's first film incentives legislation, starting with a $10 million fund that has continued to roll annually.
He has served on the board of directors of the Nashville Film Festival, and on the board of advisors for the Nashville Screenwriters Conference.
He was producer of the 3-day Watkins Independent Filmmakers Symposium.
produced the 10-day Nashville Filmmakers Conference.
is a shareholder in Dream Balloon Productions
, an animation production company based on the Universal lot in Orlando, Florida.
He is screenwriter on two Dream Balloon properties, Snowyville and Hawaiian Love, and a producer on Snowyville.
was writer/executive producer of the Y2K Survival Guide
with Leonard Nimoy.
He was executive producer of House of Numbers.
He was executive producer of the Nashville Filmmakers Anthology, a compilation of short works including Forgotten Memories, X Marks the Spot, Shatterhand, Dear Mr. Goodlife, and The Belcourt Boys, as well as Executive Producer on numerous other short films, including Heavenly and Keep Door Closed.
He was producer and co-director of A Bend in the River, a documentary about rehabilitating inmates at Riverbend Maximum Security Institution.
He has been producer of the Nashville edition of the 48 Hour Film Project, overseeing creation of over 270 short films in seven years.
He is Executive Producer of the documentary A.D. 33.
has produced over 30 film-related symposia and events.
first play, "The Moon Is A Serious Thing," produced at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts at U of I Champaign/Urbana
He was publisher & editor of the Chicago Musicale, a monthly arts & business papercovering music for film, theater, dance in all musical forms, for which he edited and/or wrote over 200 articles.
He was editor of the Gramaphone (SIC) for the Chicago Chapter of NARAS.
He was president of the Lost Boys Foundation of Nashville, assisting refugees from genocide in Sudan, and sits on the board of directors.Business
Manager Brandy Goldsboro handles business and financial matters.
She's with Collinsworth, Bright & Associates.