Professor, Media & Visual Arts
Professor Andrew Quicke teaches in the Department of Film & Television at Regent University specializing in redemptive cinema, the history of contemporary American cinema, foreign cinema and writing for short films and television.
Quicke's professional career in national and international cinema spans more than four decades. Past roles include writing, directing and producing for BBC Television; vice president of programming for Clearview International Cable Television in Bangkok, Thailand; news bureau chief for CBN News and Middle Eastern television (Jerusalem and Beirut); president of Kensington Film Services in London; and founder and executive producer of Reuters-Visnews International Film Training School.
At Regent, he teaches courses on aesthetics and techniques of cinema-television, advanced motion picture production, redemptive cinema, history of contemporary American cinema, critical studies, foreign cinema, and writing for film and television.
Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Regent University, 1997; Lifetime Achievement Award, Redemptive Film Festival, 2006
"Film-Church Reels to Digital Videos," Understanding Evangelical Media (ed. by Quentin Schultze and Robert Woods), IVP Academic, 2008
The Age of Censorship 1930-1966, Routledge Companion to Religion and Film, Routledge, 2009
The Emergence of the Christian Film Industry 1930-1986, co-author with Terence Lindvall PhD, New York University Press 2011
Selected Professional Works:
The Noble Lie (executive producer), produced by Regent University (Virginia Beach, Va.)
First Landing (co-executive producer), produced by the Christian Broadcasting Network and Regent University (Virginia Beach, Va.)
Transposition (co-executive producer), produced by Regent University (Virginia Beach, Va.) 120 national and international film festival awards for Regent-produced student films.
Popular Culture Association; Popular Culture in the South Association; Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences; Who's Who in America 2010-2014
Distinguished Professor of Law
Chief Counsel, American Center for Law and Justice