Founder / Director
Andrew Douglas is the founder and director of Los Angeles based White Shadow Films (WSF), and originally established the production company in 2012. He is a member of the Documentary Producer's Alliance. Better known on the producing side of the business, Mr Douglas recently wrote and directed the feature documentary Ten Million Throwaways narrated by Michael Madsen (Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs, The Hateful Eight). He is responsible for steering the company into the future and is spearheading WSF's current projects.
WHITE SHADOW FILMS (WSF) exists to develop, package and produce life-affirming and entertaining motion pictures. The company's primary purpose is to see each project nurtured from initial concept, script development, right through production, marketing and distribution. WSF is known for exploring innovative marketing ideas in bringing each film to the widest possible audience. The company operates independently from any major movie studios and in doing so, retains all creative control with the numerous projects being developed in-house. All projects are financed outside of the traditional studio system which allows WSF to choose source material, accelerate the advancement of scripts and affords the company a creative freedom, away from other top-heavy partnerships. The company is a member of the International Documentary Association. As a progression of current planning, WSF is looking for inspiring real-life stories that can be adapted for both the big and small screen. For nearly a decade, the company has continued to stand by its core values to produce social impact fare that is entertaining to movie-going audiences, igniting change all over the world.