Peter Litten

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Peter Litten or Peter Mackenzie Litten (born 25 May 1960) is a British film director and designer. He was educated at the Quaker Leighton Park School in Reading. His film credits include To Die For and Slaughter High.[1]

Originally a special effects designer, he is also noted for creating the 'computer generated' TV character, Max Headroom. In recent years, he has focussed on producing and directing short films for major corporations and his creative and innovative work in this field has won numerous international awards including sixteen IVCA Awards.[2]


  1. ^ Internet Movie Database. "Peter Mackenzie Litten". Retrieved 2010-11-04. 
  2. ^ Cheerful Scout. "Peter Litten, Chief Executive". Retrieved 2010-11-04. 

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