Gwyneth Hughes is a British documentary director and screenwriter who works mainly in television. A former newspaper journalist from the north of England, her credits include the crime drama Five Days, Cherished, a film about the wrongful conviction of Angela Cannings, an adaptation of Charles Dickens's unfinished work The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and The Girl, which explores an alleged obsession Alfred Hitchcock had with the actress Tippi Hedren. Her work on Five Days earned her a nomination at the 2008 Golden Globe Awards. In 2013 she wrote Remember Me, which debuted on the BBC in November 2014.
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