Andrew Kukura is a documentary filmmaker.
Over the past 16 years, he has worked on many high-profile projects from feature-length documentaries, to broadcast television, to immersive museum installations. Andrew co-directed, co-wrote, and edited THE DHAMMA BROTHERS, a feature length documentary about the profound effect of Vipassana meditation on inmates in a maximum-security prison in Alabama. The film won numerous awards, was profiled in the New York Times, on NPR and featured as part of Oprah Winfrey’s Soul Series. It continues to be broadcast around the world. Other award-winning work includes the multi-screen installation NATIVE VOICES for the Utah Natural History Museum, which won the American Alliance of Museums' highest award for video exhibitions, and KILLER POET, an independent documentary that was selected for Hot Docs and won Best Documentary awards at several film festivals.