Andrea B. Scott is a documentary filmmaker, editor, and writer, enamored with the worlds of Americana and nostalgia. In October 2017, her short film "Divided City," chronicling the debate surrounding Confederate-era monuments in New Orleans, premiered at the New Orleans Film Festival. Her short film, "Just A Dog" premiered at Hot Docs in May 2016 and debuted online on The Nation in July 2016. Andy's debut feature length documentary, "Florence, Arizona" premiered at DOC NYC in November 2014. Andy edited the CNN documentary film, "Fresh Dressed," and co-edited the Netflix documentary, "Hot Girls Wanted," both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2015. She was an editor and an associate producer on Participant Media’s documentary, “A Place at the Table,” directed by Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2012 and was released nationwide by Magnolia Pictures in March 2013. Prior to that, Andy worked for three years as an associate producer and assistant editor for Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, Cynthia Wade. Andy graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Brooklyn with her partner and their dog, Renny.