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Ande Schurr is a professional and experienced sound recordist with a passion for the film and TV industry. His columns on The Big Idea focus on 'How Freelancers Succeed'.
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Professional and capable sound recordist since 2005 with a wide level of experience in:
Feature Films (15 features)
TV drama, TV studio shows
It is my passion and privilege to be working in the film and TV industry.
My home is in Auckland but I work throughout NZ and internationally.
I look forward to working with you.
To help freelancers build a strong, financially rewarding business with sound work ethics.
Ande Schurr reports back on the buzz and 'unity in diversity' from the Big Screen Symposium.
Ande Schurr interviews Polish Australian composer Cezary Skubiszewski, ahead of his workshop at The Big Screen Symposium this month.
In his latest article for freelancers, Ande Schurr argues that comfort with the unknown will improve the way you deal with business relationships.
Angie's arresting art series, Herself, will do more for your understanding of societies insatiable hunger for the perfection of the female form than any scathing magazine editorial.
How can we keep expanding our mind through expanding our experience, without diversifying to the point where our most marketable skill suffers? Ande Schurr chats to arts manager Yee Yang Lee.
Mediocrity. The very word you hoped you'd never become is now, says Ande Schurr, the only hope you have to achieve your goals.
2012 was a big year. Why? Because you were in it! One thing I have come to experience is that there are many periods and seasons within a freelancer's life.
Ande Schurr interviews Melanie Langlotz, general manager of Images & Sound. She shares why a filmmaker must think like a business person and why we must market our industry together.
With his mortgage paid off, Ande Schurr reflects on the value of having the right business coach.
Ande Schurr interviews award-winning NZ documentary filmmaker, Pietra Brettkelly, who finds exception with the funding bodies' requirement to only fund 'NZ Stories'.
Why NZ short films stand out internationally and what a European audience think when they hear the words "short film".