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Mark Brozel

Director

Mark has recently finished directing Youtube Red’s flagship sci-fi show Origin, before which, he directed on BBC and Netflix epic Troy: Fall Of A City, and the season finale of Humans 2.0 for Kudos, C4 and AMC. Other television credits include Dickensian, DCI Banks, and Peter Moffat’s widely-acclaimed contemporary retelling of Macbeth, starring James McAvoy, Keeley Hawes and Richard Armitage.

Mark’s film work ranges from the multi-award winning Holy Cross – the landmark BBC drama about two Belfast families caught up in violent protests across the sectarian divide – to ITV’s The Walk, starring Nicola Stephenson, Phil Glenister and Ralph Ineson and filmed over eight weeks in the Sahara Desert. He is currently attached to direct feature film thriller Quicksand, starring Jared Harris, Emily Watson and Toby Kebbell.

Mark has also directed and produced a number of highly-acclaimed documentaries for BBC Television and some two-dozen commercials. He helped to establish BBC2’s “Modern Times” strand with Streetwise, a wry celebration of the London cabbie; Cheryl’s Trial, the disturbing story of a modern day witch-hunt; and Cheating Hearts, a portrait of an unscrupulous New Jersey private eye and his clientele. His garlanded Mangetout, a documentary fairytale charting the vegetable’s journey from the soil of Zimbabwe to a Basingstoke dinner party, won an RTS Award, a One World Media Award, and was selected by the Chicago Museum of Broadcasting as one of their “Best Documentaries of the Twentieth Century”.

Credits

TELEVISION
Date: 2018
Production (role):
ORIGIN
Company:
YouTube Red / Left Bank
Project details:
Various Episodes
Date: 2016/17
Production (role):
TROY: FALL OF A CITY
Company:
BBC1 / Netflix
Project details:
Various Episodes
Date: 2016
Production (role):
HUMANS 2
Company:
Kudos / C4 / AMC
Project details:
Various Episodes (Season Finale)
Date: 2016
Production (role):
DCI BANKS 5
Company:
Left Bank / ITV
Project details:
Various Episodes (Season Finale)
Date: 2015
Production (role):
DICKENSIAN
Company:
Red Planet / BBC1
Project details:
Various Episodes
Date: 2009
Production (role):
CASUALTY 1909
Company:
BBC
Project details:
Various Episodes
Date: 2005
Production (role):
SHAKESPEARE-TOLD: MACBETH
Company:
BBC
Project details:
Starring: James McAvoy, Keeley Hawes and Richard Armitage

Royal Television Society Awards: 1 Nomination
Date: 2005
Production (role):
THE WALK
Company:
Granada
Project details:
TV Movie

Starring: Philip Glenister and Ralph Ineson
Date: 2003
Production (role):
HOLY CROSS
Company:
BBC Northern Ireland
Project details:
TV Movie

FIPA d'Or: Best Full-Length Fiction; Best Actress (Zara Turner & Bronagh Gallagher); Best Screenplay (Terry Cafolla)
Chicago International Film Festival: Best Feature Length Telefilm
Shanghai International TV Festival: Best TV Film
IFTA: Best TV Drama or Drama Series/Soap

Royal Television Society Awards: 3 Nominations
BAFTA Awards: 1 Nomination
Date: 1999
Production (role):
A RAP AT THE DOOR
Company:
BBC Northern Ireland
Project details:
TV Movie

Starring: Ciarán McMennamin
Written by: Pearse Elliot
Date: 1995-98
Production (role):
MODERN TIMES
Company:
BBC
Project details:
TV Documentary Series (5 Episodes, including 'Mangetout')

Royal Television Society Award
One World Media Award
Chicago Museum of Broadcasting: Best Documentaries of the Twentieth Century
FEATURE FILM
Date: 2018
Production (role):
QUICKSAND
Company:
Mark Lavender Productions
Project details:
In Development

Starring Jared Harris, Emily Watson and Toby Kebbell

Credits

  • Date
    Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Date: 2018
    Production (role): ORIGIN
    Company: YouTube Red / Left Bank
    Project details: Various Episodes
  • Date: 2016/17
    Production (role): TROY: FALL OF A CITY
    Company: BBC1 / Netflix
    Project details: Various Episodes
  • Date: 2016
    Production (role): HUMANS 2
    Company: Kudos / C4 / AMC
    Project details: Various Episodes (Season Finale)
  • Date: 2016
    Production (role): DCI BANKS 5
    Company: Left Bank / ITV
    Project details: Various Episodes (Season Finale)
  • Date: 2015
    Production (role): DICKENSIAN
    Company: Red Planet / BBC1
    Project details: Various Episodes
  • Date: 2009
    Production (role): CASUALTY 1909
    Company: BBC
    Project details: Various Episodes
  • Date: 2005
    Production (role): SHAKESPEARE-TOLD: MACBETH
    Company: BBC
    Project details: Starring: James McAvoy, Keeley Hawes and Richard Armitage

    Royal Television Society Awards: 1 Nomination
  • Date: 2005
    Production (role): THE WALK
    Company: Granada
    Project details: TV Movie

    Starring: Philip Glenister and Ralph Ineson
  • Date: 2003
    Production (role): HOLY CROSS
    Company: BBC Northern Ireland
    Project details: TV Movie

    FIPA d'Or: Best Full-Length Fiction; Best Actress (Zara Turner & Bronagh Gallagher); Best Screenplay (Terry Cafolla)
    Chicago International Film Festival: Best Feature Length Telefilm
    Shanghai International TV Festival: Best TV Film
    IFTA: Best TV Drama or Drama Series/Soap

    Royal Television Society Awards: 3 Nominations
    BAFTA Awards: 1 Nomination
  • Date: 1999
    Production (role): A RAP AT THE DOOR
    Company: BBC Northern Ireland
    Project details: TV Movie

    Starring: Ciarán McMennamin
    Written by: Pearse Elliot
  • Date: 1995-98
    Production (role): MODERN TIMES
    Company: BBC
    Project details: TV Documentary Series (5 Episodes, including 'Mangetout')

    Royal Television Society Award
    One World Media Award
    Chicago Museum of Broadcasting: Best Documentaries of the Twentieth Century
  • Date
    Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Date: 2018
    Production (role): QUICKSAND
    Company: Mark Lavender Productions
    Project details: In Development

    Starring Jared Harris, Emily Watson and Toby Kebbell
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