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MARK ANDREWS (Director/Screenplay by) is the director of Disney Pixar's next feature film, "Brave,” which opens in theaters nationwide June 22, 2012.

Andrews joined Pixar Animation Studios in December 2000 and has worked on four of the studio's feature films. He served as story supervisor on the Academy Award®-winning feature films "The Incredibles” and "Ratatouille” and as a storyboard artist for the Golden Globe®-winning "Cars.” Andrews also contributed to the story of the critically acclaimed, award-winning "Toy Story 3.” In addition to his work on Pixar's feature films, Andrews co-wrote and co-directed the Academy Award®-nominated short film "One Man Band.”

Andrews also provided his talents to Walt Disney Pictures' "John Carter” as second-unit director and co-writer alongside the film's director and Pixar colleague Andrew Stanton.

Prior to coming to Pixar, Andrews lived in Los Angeles and was a storyboard artist on several animated films. For his work on "The Iron Giant,” he received an Annie Award from ASIFA-Hollywood for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production. He was also a storyboard artist on several animated television shows such as "The New Adventures of Jonny Quest” and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” for which he was awarded an Emmy®, and the award-winning "Samurai Jack.” Besides his work in the animation world, Andrews was a storyboard artist on Sony's blockbuster live-action feature film "Spider-Man.”

Andrews earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in 1993. He currently lives in the Bay Area with his wife and their children.

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