Andy Jones

Andy is an independent filmmaker from Wolverhampton living in South London. In 2000 he and Suzy Gillett set up the ScreenStation collective, now expanded to include ScreenStation Productions. His films to date have included work with refugees in the UK, an award-winning introduction to responsible tourism for teenage travelers and most recently “Just Peace’ a moving documentary about children’s experiences of the conflict in Sudan. ‘As Old As My Tongue’ is ScreenStation’s first independently produced hour-long documentary. 

Director: As Old As My Tongue

Awards
2007 Winner, Best International Documentary Feature – Women’s Int. Film Fest, Miami
2006 Audience Award Winner – MOFFOM: Music on Film, Film on Music, Prague

as old as my tongue

as old as my tongue

(2006, Zanzibar) An intimate portrait of living legend Bi Kidude, probably the oldest singer on the world stage today. Her home island of Zanzibar has long been a meeting point for African and Arabic influence. video