Andrea Clinton has been writing screenplays for over 30 years. Between 2001 - 2004, Andrea wrote and produced several short films. After raising her kids, becoming an author and attaining a MA in theatre, Andrea decided to return to her first love, screenplay writing.
In 2016, Andrea was script supervisor and producer for the short film "Red Lake," by Eddie-Yasin, which went on to win Best Film and Best Cinematography in UPU Film Festival. Her own short film, "There Comes a Time," was accepted in the festival, nominated, and won for Best Actress.
Andrea Clinton has a BFA degree in English and Film with a concentration in creative writing and filmmaking. After graduation, Andrea went on to write film theory and thereafter was the Entertainment Editor of: The Scroll, and thereafter AMISTAD newspaper where she wrote film theory and celebrity commentary.