Jim
Loach

Drama director for television and film


Jim Loach is directing the second instalment of BAFTA-nominated Sky original Save Me Too feat Lennie James and Suranne Jones. Jim has also recently directed on Deep Water, Tin Star 2 and Victoria.

Jim's most recent feature film Measure of a Man, written by David Scearce and based on the novel by Robert Lipsyte, stars Donald Sutherland, Luke Wilson, Judy Greer, Sam Keeley, and Blake Cooper as “Bobby.” His debut feature Oranges and Sunshine was produced by Sixteen Films and See Saw Films and written by Rona Munro. The film stars Emily Watson, David Wenham and Hugo Weaving and was distributed by Icon. The critically acclaimed film was nominated for the Hitchcock D'Or and 7 AACTA awards in Australia; for which Hugo Weaving picked up Best Actor. Emily Watson also pick up an IF Award for Best Actress.

Jim's previous TV credits include Endeavour and the critically acclaimed 3-parter for ITV Life of Crime, starring Hayley Atwell. He also has extensive experience in directing drama for television and has worked on shows including Shameless, DCI Banks, Hotel Babylon and Holby Blue.

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Television

Director 

Creator Lennie James
Starring
  • Lennie James
  • Suranne Jones
  • The second instalment of BAFTA-nominated Sky original, Save Me Too, feat Lennie James, Suranne Jones and Stephen Graham.




    World Productions for SKY Atlantic
    Starring
  • Anna Friel
  • Rosalind Eleazar
  • Sinead Keenan
  • Kudos for ITV
    Creator Daisy Goodwin
    Mammoth Screen
    Producer Helen Ziegler
    Writer Russell Lewis
    Starring
  • Shaun Evans
  • Mammoth Productions for ITV
    DCI Banks
    2 x 45'
    Creator Declan Croghan
    Producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd
    Starring
  • Stephen Tompkinson
  • Andrea Lowe
  • Stephen Tompkinson and Andrea Lowe are back as the tenacious and stubborn detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks and the feisty and headstrong DS Annie Cabbot in a brand new six-part series of DCI Banks.
    Left Bank Pictures for ITV
    Producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd
    Writer Declan Croghan
    Starring
  • Hayley Atwell
  • Drama following the career of female police officer Denise Woods (Hayley Atwell) as she rises through the ranks of the police force over three decades of crime in south London during 1985, 1997 and 2012.
    Ecosse Films for ITV1
    Producer Gabe Turner
    Starring
  • Andrew Flintoff
  • Vinnie Jones
  • Ricky Hatton
  • Piers Morgan
  • Cricket star Andrew Flintoff talks to sporting professionals about the serious effects of depression.
    Fulwell 73 for BBC One
    Producer Claire Phillips
    Writer Ben Vanstone
    Starring
  • Jimmy Akingbola
  • Elaine Glover
  • James Hilier
  • Chloe Howman
  • BBC's police drama spin off from Holby City
    Red Planet Pictures for BBC1
    Producer Polly Williams
    Writer Jonathan Brackley
    Starring
  • Ray Coultard
  • Dexter Fletcher
  • Nigel Harman
  • Martin Marquez
  • BBC1's prime time drama about the behind the scenes goings on in a high class London hotel
    Carnival Film and Televison for BBC1
    Producer Johann Knobel
    Starring
  • Annabelle Apsion
  • Dystin Johnson
  • Award winning Channel 4 comedy drama about the residents of a ficitional Manchester housing estate
    Company Pictures for Channel 4
    Producer Anne-Louise Russell
    Writer Paul Logue & Paul Campbell
    Starring
  • Michael French
  • Tristan Gemmill
  • James Redmond
  • Georgia Taylor
  • BBC1's long running drama set in the accident and emergency department of a hospital
    BBC1
    Producer Diana Kyle
    Writer Martin Jameson
    Starring
  • Rakie Ayola
  • Tom Chambers
  • Patsy Kensit
  • Amanda Mealing
  • BBC drama about the professional and personal lives of the staff of the cardiac unit of Holby City General Hospital
    BBC1
    Producer Sue de Beauvoir
    Writer Ann McManus & Maureen Chadwick
    Starring
  • Kaite Griffiths
  • Craig Fitzpatrick
  • Mikey North
  • Nicholas Sidi
  • Shed Productions for BBC1

    Film

    Director 

    Producer Christian Taylor
    Starring
  • Donald Sutherland
  • Luke Wilson
  • Judy Greer
  • Based on the novel of the same name by Robert Lipsyte. 

    Writer Paul Viragh
    Sixteen Films
    In development
    Producer Camilla Bray
    Writer Rona Munro
    Starring
  • Emily Watson
  • Hugo Weaving
  • David Wenham
  • Tara Morice
  • A feature for Sixteen Films written by Rona Munro about social worker Margaret Humphreys
    Sixteen Films