Damian Jones

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Damian Jones
Born (1964-09-30) 30 September 1964 (age 52)
London, England
Years active 1989 - present

Damian Jones (born 30 September 1964) is a BAFTA-winning British film producer.[1]

Considered[by whom?] one of Britain's most prolific film producers he has produced over 30 feature films including: Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, The Lady In The Van, Dad's Army, Belle, The Iron Lady, Adulthood, Kidulthood, The History Boys, Welcome to Sarajevo, Gridlock'd, Millions, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll and Powder Room.

Jones’ latest feature, Goodbye Christopher Robin, in collaboration with Fox Searchlight tells the story of the relationship between AA Milne and his son Christopher Robin. Directed by Simon Curtis, the film stars Domhnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie. Principal photography began in September 2016.

He is the founder of DJ Films Ltd and was co-founder of Dragon Pictures and Mission Pictures.



BAFTA Award for Best Short Film
1990 The Candy Show
National Board of Review (USA)
1997 Gridlock'd (Special Recognition)
1997 Welcome to Sarajevo (Special Recognition)
European Film Awards
2000 Some Voices (European Discovery of the Year- nomination)
Humanitas Prize
2005 Millions (Best Film- nomination)
National Board of Review
2006 The History Boys (Named within list of Top 10 films of 2006)
Screen Nation
2009 Adulthood (Honorary Production Award)


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