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Andrew Kriss

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Andrew Kriss is a New York-based film/television producer.[1] He is the creator and producer of the National Geographic Channel documentary series American Gypsies and has produced several projects at Stick Figure Productions with director/producer Steven Cantor.[2] Andrew is currently producing for Ora TV[3] Stick Figure Productions, where he has multiple films in production and development.[4] He received his MFA in film from City College of New York. He received a Student Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2009 as the producer of The Bronx Balletomane.[5]


Worked with CEO on developing distribution and marketing strategies for brands to launch internationally. Focused primarily on start ups and emerging designer needs and disruptive growth models using social media, influencer marketing, collaborations, and NFT’s. Clients included Adidas Y-3 and Hudson Jeans and TRANOI Paris Trade Show.

ELECTRIFY an Online Education Company

Instructor on challenges and opportunities for Start Ups in the Creative Industry, inclusive of Fashion, Art, and Digital. Experience in teaching, leadership, and strategic sessions. Writing Business Plans, Marketing Strategies, and Media Planning. Additionally working with education platform Umbrella Academy as speaker on Brand Issues

He is the co founder of Transformative Media, a digital media company that was responsible for the Michael Jackson Hologram.

Andrew is based in New York City.


  1. "Andrew Kriss". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
  2. "Andrew Kriss". Ora TV | Stick Figure Productions. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
  3. "Ora.Tv". Retrieved 4 September 2015.
  4. "Andrew Kriss" LinkedIn Retrieved 21 May 2012
  5. "2009 Student Academy Awards – Narrative Category – “The Bronx Balletomane”" Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Retrieved 21 May 2012

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