Sam
Baron

Writer and director for film and television

Sam recently wrote and directed short film The Orgy starring Amit Shah and Alexandra Roach. He is now developing it as a series with Clerkenwell Films. His previous shorts have six million hits online and have been featured by Vimeo, Indiewire and Short Of The Week.

Sam won the Academy's Nicholl Fellowship for his script The Science Of Love, which also featured on the Brit List. He is developing it with the BFI to direct next year as his first feature.

He has also co-written an original feature Blue for Blueprint Pictures and a feature adaptation of The Girl With A Clock For A Heart for Unanimous Entertainment. 

Alongside his own projects, Sam has worked in development at Ealing Studios, as a script reader for the BBC, and in production on series including The Hour and Mr Selfridge.

CV

Film

Co-Writer

Blue
Feature
Blueprint
Producer Chris Coen
Director James Marsh

Writer & Director

Producer Tilly Coulson
Starring
  • Amit Shah
  • Alexandra Roach
  • Austin Film Festival, Encounters, Aesthetica, LSFF, Underwire

    The Science of Love
    Nicholl Fellowship 2014
    Award- winning feature length comedy-drama
    In Development
    Writer Sam Baron & Raphael von Blumenthal
    Writer Sam Baron & Raphael von Blumenthal
    We Drink Tea
    Internet Video Of The Year, London Metro Awards
    Short
    Writer Sam Baron & Raphael von Blumenthal
    The Futility Of War
    Audience Award, Suffolk International Film Festival Winner, and Best Comedy, Manchester Co-Operative Film Festival
    Writer Sam Baron & Raphael von Blumenthal
    Award-winning comedy. Official Selection, BFI London Short Film Festival
    Plenty More Fish
    Best Film, UCL Film and Television Awards
    Short
    Writer Sam Baron & Jack Miller
    Writer Sam Baron & Jack Miller

    Screened on C4's RudeTube (2013)

    Writer Sam Baron & Emily Wood

    Television

    Creator

    Original drama

    In development
    Clerkenwell Films
    In development
    • @zakklein @rossgoodwin The two “Lost and Found” ones are genuinely quite moving!

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