Andrew Hull (1963-2010) was a Canadian filmmaker who turned to poetry and black humour to tell stories of hope, loss and coming of age.  Hull began making films while teaching at the Bauhaus Dessau in the early 90's, exploring the social transformations taking place in Germany at that time.  Returning to Canada in 1996, Hull's films showed often at festivals around the globe, winning audience awards.  Hull graduated in 2004 from the Director's Program at the Canadian Film Centre (CFC) in Toronto.  In 2008 Hull re-located to London UK where he completed his first feature film, Siren.