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Niall MacCormick

Writer/Director

Represented by:

Jago Irwin , Stevie Jackson

Credits

TELEVISION
Production (role):
DECEIT
Company:
Story Films / C4
Project details:
Director of 4 x 60' serial

Starring Niamh Algar, Eddie Marson
Production (role):
THE SISTER
Company:
Euston / ITV
Project details:
Director of 4 x 60 serial based on Neil Cross' novella BURIAL

Starring Russell Tovey, Bertie Carvel & Amrita Acharia
Production (role):
THE VICTIM
Company:
STV / BBC1
Project details:
Director of 4 x 60' serial

Starring Kelly Macdonald and John Hannah

Nominated BAFTA Best Mini Series 2020
Nominated Scottish BAFTA - Television Scripted 2019

"One of the best tight-and-bright — OK, bleak-and-dark — dramas of the fading year creeps in today as BritBox unveils its original series The Victim. [...] an exceptionally taut, economical thriller" (The Hollywood Reporter)
Production (role):
DOCTOR THORNE
Company:
Hat Trick / ITV 1
Project details:
Director of 3 x 60’ serial

Adapted by Julian Fellowes from the novel by Anthony Trollope

Starring Tom Hollander, Ian McShane and Rebecca Front
Production (role):
THE GAME
Company:
BBC
Project details:
Director of opening 3 x 60’ episodes

Wr. Toby Whithouse
Production (role):
COMPLICIT
Company:
Many Rivers / Channel 4
Project details:
90’ single film

Wr. Guy Hibbert

Winner of the BAFTA for Television Single Drama 2014

“Complicit is a classy piece of work, a tense, stifling, understated, intelligent thriller, beautifully performed, beautifully crafted and beautiful to look at” (The Guardian)
Production (role):
HIDDEN
Company:
Origin / BBC 1
Project details:
4 part thriller

Starring Phil Glenister, David Suchet, Thekla Reuten and Anna Chancellor
Production (role):
THE SONG OF LUNCH
Company:
Masterpiece / BBC
Project details:
1 x 50’ TV adaptation of the poem by Christopher Reid

Starring Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman

Nominated for RTS Award for Best Single Drama
Production (role):
WALLANDER (Series 1)
Company:
Left Bank / BBC 1
Project details:
1 x 60’ episode

Starring Kenneth Branagh
Production (role):
THE LONG WALK TO FINCHLEY
Company:
Great Meadow / BBC 4
Project details:
90’ single film

Starring Andrea Riseborough

Nominated for 2009 BAFTA Award for Best Director
Production (role):
PARTY ANIMALS
Company:
World Productions / BBC 2
Project details:
2 x 30’ episodes
Production (role):
TRANSIT (Director / Writer / Associate Producer)
Company:
Tigerlily Films / MTV
Project details:
1 x 74’ TV movie

Winner of Special Jury Prize – Banff 2006

Winner of One World Media Award 2006
FEATURE FILM
Production (role):
ALBATROSS
Company:
CinemaNX
Project details:
Starring Jessica Brown Findlay and Felicity Jones

“an extremely watchable British comedy drama driven by a real sense of energy and providing the perfect platform for two talented young actresses” (Screen International)

“destined to be one of the most talked about and beloved British films of the year” (EIFF review)

Credits

  • Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Production (role): DECEIT
    Company: Story Films / C4
    Project details: Director of 4 x 60' serial

    Starring Niamh Algar, Eddie Marson
  • Production (role): THE SISTER
    Company: Euston / ITV
    Project details: Director of 4 x 60 serial based on Neil Cross' novella BURIAL

    Starring Russell Tovey, Bertie Carvel & Amrita Acharia
  • Production (role): THE VICTIM
    Company: STV / BBC1
    Project details: Director of 4 x 60' serial

    Starring Kelly Macdonald and John Hannah

    Nominated BAFTA Best Mini Series 2020
    Nominated Scottish BAFTA - Television Scripted 2019

    "One of the best tight-and-bright — OK, bleak-and-dark — dramas of the fading year creeps in today as BritBox unveils its original series The Victim. [...] an exceptionally taut, economical thriller" (The Hollywood Reporter)
  • Production (role): DOCTOR THORNE
    Company: Hat Trick / ITV 1
    Project details: Director of 3 x 60’ serial

    Adapted by Julian Fellowes from the novel by Anthony Trollope

    Starring Tom Hollander, Ian McShane and Rebecca Front
  • Production (role): THE GAME
    Company: BBC
    Project details: Director of opening 3 x 60’ episodes

    Wr. Toby Whithouse
  • Production (role): COMPLICIT
    Company: Many Rivers / Channel 4
    Project details: 90’ single film

    Wr. Guy Hibbert

    Winner of the BAFTA for Television Single Drama 2014

    “Complicit is a classy piece of work, a tense, stifling, understated, intelligent thriller, beautifully performed, beautifully crafted and beautiful to look at” (The Guardian)
  • Production (role): HIDDEN
    Company: Origin / BBC 1
    Project details: 4 part thriller

    Starring Phil Glenister, David Suchet, Thekla Reuten and Anna Chancellor
  • Production (role): THE SONG OF LUNCH
    Company: Masterpiece / BBC
    Project details: 1 x 50’ TV adaptation of the poem by Christopher Reid

    Starring Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman

    Nominated for RTS Award for Best Single Drama
  • Production (role): WALLANDER (Series 1)
    Company: Left Bank / BBC 1
    Project details: 1 x 60’ episode

    Starring Kenneth Branagh
  • Production (role): THE LONG WALK TO FINCHLEY
    Company: Great Meadow / BBC 4
    Project details: 90’ single film

    Starring Andrea Riseborough

    Nominated for 2009 BAFTA Award for Best Director
  • Production (role): PARTY ANIMALS
    Company: World Productions / BBC 2
    Project details: 2 x 30’ episodes
  • Production (role): TRANSIT (Director / Writer / Associate Producer)
    Company: Tigerlily Films / MTV
    Project details: 1 x 74’ TV movie

    Winner of Special Jury Prize – Banff 2006

    Winner of One World Media Award 2006
  • Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Production (role): ALBATROSS
    Company: CinemaNX
    Project details: Starring Jessica Brown Findlay and Felicity Jones

    “an extremely watchable British comedy drama driven by a real sense of energy and providing the perfect platform for two talented young actresses” (Screen International)

    “destined to be one of the most talked about and beloved British films of the year” (EIFF review)
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