Peter Andrikidis

Peter Andrikidis was awarded the Australian Centenary Medal in the 2001 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to Australian society and Australian film production.Peter Andrikidis graduated from AFTRS (Film Direction) in 1981 as one of the youngest students. He was immediately recruited to Crawford Productions where he went on to direct numerous dramas productions culminating in producing a series of 'Flying Doctors' (RFDS). Peter believes his real 'coming of age' was on the ABC drama 'G.P.' which he also became Producer. 'Wildside', the groundbreaking drama series, is Peter's greatest directing achievement, he thinks. Two episodes, which Peter directed, won a total of eight AFI's including Best Direction.He then went on to direct the entire ABC series 'Grass Roots' written by Geoffrey Atherden. This series went on to win seven AFI's over two seasons including Best Direction. It also won a New York Festival Award.In 2001 he directed the telemovie 'My Husband, My Killer' with

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