Andrew Horn was born in 1952 in New York. After graduating from the local art college, he began working as a filmmaker and graphic artist. In 1989, he was awarded a DAAD artist-in-residence scholarship and moved to Berlin where he continued to work in film and as a writer. His films include: "Elaine. A Story of Lost Love" (1978, in co-direction with John Meaney), "Space City" (1979, in co-direction with Robyn Brentano), "Doomed Love" (1984), "The Big Blue" (1988), and "The Nomi Song" (2004).
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