About Andrew Malcolm Films
Andrew Malcolm began his documentary film career in 2018 with his first feature "Discovery Mode". The film took Andrew to Asia for five months, where he interviewed 150 people attempting to distill the phenomenon of Millennial travel.
From there, his passion for elephants and wildlife connected him with conservationists in South Africa, where he began working on developing the series "Saving Giants", a collection of documentary features designed to highlight the modern plight of conservationists in Africa, and the great lengths they go to in order to save wildlife with daring emergency interventions.
To date, Malcolm has filmed five documentaries there, in partnership with Dereck Milburn of the Aspinall Foundation, Kester Vickery of Conservation Solutions, and several other key organizations in the wildlife conservation space.
These films include the award-winning documentaries, "Coming Home: The Mpilo and Makhosi Story", about the relocation of two juvenile endangered Southern White Rhinos. And "Malelane" the story of an attempt to rescue five African elephants before they are shot.
Malcolm has traveled to over forty countries in his life, is a trained actor and voice over specialist, loves history, Dr. Who, and mangoes.