Paul Duane

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Paul Duane is an Irish-born writer and director of television and film.

Career[edit]

Has directed television programmes including:

He has also made several short films including LSD 73!, based on an original script by the Irish novelist Patrick McCabe. More recently he co-created the ITV series Secret Diary of a Call Girl based on the well-known blog, Belle de Jour. The Irish production company Screenworks was established by Paul Duane and Rob Cawley in 2008. Their first production, Barbaric Genius, on the life of the London-Irish author John Healy premiered in February 2011. [1] [2]

More recent films include Very Extremely Dangerous and Natan, about the French producer Bernard Natan.

In December 2013 he was listed by Variety (magazine) as part of their yearly 10 Directors to Watch feature.


References[edit]

  1. Variety 10 Directors to Watch for 2014