Simon Curtis

Simon Curtis began as a theatre director and directed extensively at the Royal Court Theatre London as well as the National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse and Lincoln Centre, New York. He directed OTHERWISE ENGAGED at the Criterion Theatre in London's West End and LITTLE VOICE at Steppenwolf Theater Chicago and on Broadway.
At the BBC he directed Maggie Smith, Ian McKellen and Daniel Radcliffe in DAVID COPPERFIELD, Sally Hawkins in TWENTY THOUSAND STREETS UNDER THE SKY, Julie Walters in A SHORT STAY IN SWITZERLAND (International Emmy Best Actress) and Judi Dench, Michael Gambon, Imelda Staunton and Tom Hiddlestone in the Emmy and Bafta winning CRANFORD.
His debut film MY WEEK WITH MARILYN (TWC AND BBC films) received Academy Award Nominations for Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh and was nominated for three Golden Globes and six Baftas. Michael Williams won twelve Best Actress Awards for her performance.
His 2nd feature film WOMAN IN GOLD (TWC and Origin Pictures), stars Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds and Daniel Bruhl and is currently on general release. 

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