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Andrea Blaugrund Nevins
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Andrea Blaugrund Nevins was born and raised in New York City. After majoring in Social Studies at Harvard University, where she took a variety of visual arts classes, she pursued a career in journalism, working with NPR’s All Things Considered, the New York Times, and directing and producing several award- winning hour-long programs for ABC News, A&E, NBC, and Lifetime.
She is the producer of Academy Award-nominated documentary short “Still Kicking” and director and writer of the feature doc "The Other F Word," HBO's "State of Play: Happiness", and Showtime's "Play It Forward" She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, David Nevins, and their three children, Clara, Charlie, and Jesse.

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Why I Went to the Paris Climate Talks

(4) Comments | Posted December 11, 2015 | 8:54 PM

We will just be the audience in the stands. We don't have to be there. That's what I kept telling myself as I debated attending the United Nations Climate talks in Paris, otherwise known as COP21. My 15-year-old daughter, a self-made climate activist, had been selected as a delegate to...

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What Punk Taught Me as a Parent

(85) Comments | Posted November 4, 2011 | 8:31 AM

Andrea Blaugrund Nevins is writer and director of "The Other F Word," a documentary in theaters now, that explores how punk's ultimate anti-authoritarians become the ultimate authority, fathers.

Growing up in New York City, in the heyday of CBGBs, I used to cross the street to avoid punk...

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