Rowan Joffe is an award winning writer and director, whose directorial debut, Secret Life, was hailed as ‘a masterpiece' by critics at both The Times and The Guardian newspapers.
His second directing project, The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall, won Rowan a BAFTA Award for Best Fiction Director 2009, as well as a host of award nominations, including nominations for Best Single Drama at both the BAFTAs and the RTS Awards.
In 2009, Rowan wrote and began directing his film adaptation of Graham Greene's classic novel, Brighton Rock, for Optimum Films, which was released in 2011. Rowan also wrote and directed Before I Go to Sleep, adapted from the hit novel by SJ Watson, which starred Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong and was released in 2014.
Rowan is currently developing Tin Star, an original television show about a remote mountain town overrun with migrant oil workers, with Kudos for Sky Atlantic.
Writer & Director
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Adapatation of the book by Neil Gaiman about a boy who is raised in a graveyard
Adaptation of the novel by Anders Roslund and Borge Hellstrom