Fletch Films was founded in 2010 by Andrea Fletcher, when she decided to take her savings and produce two short films Altarcations and Shaky Grounds. Both short films were based upon sketch comedy works created and performed by Awkward Silence, which Andrea is a founding member of, along with Dan Abramovici and Geoff Hendry. After deciding to move forward with the short films, she partnered up with up-and-coming film producer, Chris Luckhardt, best known for the canadian superhero webseries Team Epic. With the success of the two short films, Andrea and Chris have decided to move forward writing and producing several other short and feature film projects.
CEO / President, Actress, Writer
Andrea Fletcher is a noted actress and comedienne in Toronto, and worked extensively on the comedy stage performing sketch and stand up across Canada and in Los Angeles. Along with associates Dan Abramovici and Geoff Hendry, she regularly performs in the sketch comedy troupe entitled Awkward Silence. Her Stand-Up Comedy and Stage credits include: Not Too Shabby Comedy Show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Hollywood, California; The Boom Show, at theatre Asylum, Hollywood California; Sketch Comedy Lounge, at the Rivoli, Toronto; Remedial Comedy Show, at O’Grady’s in Toronto; Woopsies Laugh Lounge, at The Poor Alex Theatre in Toronto; and has performed Stand-Up Comedy in the shows Eat Me, Drink Me, Comedy Lounge at Comedy @ The Looking Glass; Drink Till They’re Funny, at Comedy Night at The Old York and performed at Spirits Bar and Grill Open Mike Comedy night in Toronto. Andrea is a Sears Drama Award winning actress for her performance in as Madame in Solitaire.
Chris graduated from Lester B. Pearson High School in 1997 with aspirations of being an astronaut. He realized after few years at university, that goal of space travel would not come to pass in the immediate or foreseeable future. Chris pursued other fields of interest from Web Designing, Marketing and Event Planning. Chris holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in Physics and Astronomy from York University. He soon realized, within a couples years of post university that film would be his passion in life.
His first venture in film started with the creation of his own production company 'Sprinkles and Cake Film Productions' with fellow filmmaker Carla Susanto. They would go on to make several short films, all featuring in film festivals around the world. In 2008, Chris was hired at 'Poetic Licence Productions (PLP)' as their Chief Technical Officer / Producer. Working with Montgomery Bjornson, they both developed and produced the hit Canadian superhero web series Team Epic, which was later picked up on television by Bite TV. Over the years, Chris has been able to use his diverse skill set in many positions ranging from producer, writer, production manager, assistant director, camera operator and more...