John Crowley (born 1969) is an Irish BAFTA-winning television director theatre and film director who has received critical acclaim in both mediums and has had huge success on both sides of the Atlantic with his theatre work. Ireland (pronounced /ˈaɾlənd/ Éire) is the third largest island in Europe, and the twentieth-largest island in the world The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA is a British charity that hosts annual awards shows for film television television craft video games and forms of animation A theatre director or stage director is a practitioner in the Theatre field who oversees and orchestrates the mounting of a theatre production (a play, A film director, or filmmaker, is a person who directs the making of a Film.
He has a degree in philosophy from University College Cork. University College Cork ( UCC) is a constituent university of the National University of Ireland, the university is located in Cork.
Crowley is a former associate director at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London. Donmar Warehouse is a small not for profit Theatre in the Covent Garden area of the London Borough of Camden, with seating for 250 playgoers In May 2005 Crowley, along with Danny Boyle, launched the UK Film Council Development Fund's “25 Words or Less: Director’s Cut” scheme to develop a feature film project. Danny Boyle (born 20 October 1956 is an English director and Film producer, best known for his work on films such as Trainspotting The UK Film Council ( UKFC) was set up in 2000 by the Labour Government as a Non-Departmental Public Body to develop and promote the film industry in the Crowley particularly wants to " create a contemporary ‘rebirth’ or transformation story about a man or woman who begins as someone that spreads coldness".
Film and Television
Awards & Nominations as a film director
- He won the Douglas Hickox Award at the British Independent Film Awards for Intermission in 2004. Boy A is the title of a 2004 novel by British writer Jonathan Trigell. Year 2007 ( MMVII) was a Common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. Celebration is a play by British Playwright Harold Pinter. It was first presented as a Double-bill with Pinter's first Year 2007 ( MMVII) was a Common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. Intermission is a 2003 Motion picture directed by John Crowley which tells a story of a young couple and people surrounding them Year 2003 ( MMIII) was a Common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. Come and Go is a short play (described as a dramaticule) by Samuel Beckett. 2000 ( MM) was a Leap year that started on Saturday of the Common Era, in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. The British Independent Film Awards were created in 1998 by Raindance founder Elliot Grove, to celebrate achievement in independently funded British movies "MMIV" redirects here For the Modest Mouse album see " Baron von Bullshit Rides Again "
- He won the Audience award Best first feature film at the Galway Film Fleadh for Intermission in 2003. Year 2003 ( MMIII) was a Common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar.
- He won the first IFTA Award for Best Irish director for the film Intermission in 2003. The Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTAs were first awarded in 1999
- Love Song (2006-7) - New Amabassador (West End), London. West End theatre is a popular term for mainstream professional theatre staged in the large theatres of London 's "Theatreland" London ( ˈlʌndən is the capital and largest urban area in the United Kingdom. This production, which was the UK premiere, starred Neve Campbell & Cillian Murphy. Neve Adrianne Campbell ( "nev camble" born October 3 1973 is a Canadian Film and Television Actress.
- The Pillow Man (2005) - International tour.
- The Pillow Man (2003-4) - Royal National Theatre.
- On An Average Day (2002) - the Comedy Theatre (West End), Londno. It starred Woody Harrelson & Kyle Mc Laughlin. Woodrow Tracy "Woody" Harrelson (born July 23 1961) is an American Emmy Award -winning and Academy Award -nominated
- Tales from Hollywood (2001) - Donmar Warehouse, London.
- Juno and the Paycock (2000) - Gramercy Theatre, New York.
- The Turn of the Screw (2000) - Welsh National Opera. The Turn of the Screw Welsh National Opera ( WNO) is a touring Opera company founded in Cardiff, Wales in 1946
- Juno & the Paycock (1999)- Donmar Warehouse, London.
- Macbeth (1999) - UK tour. Macbeth is among the best-known of William Shakespeare 's plays, and is his shortest tragedy, believed to have been written some time between
- Into the Woods (1998-9) - Donmar Warehouse, London. Into the Woods is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine.
- How I Learned to Drive (1998) at the Donmar Warehouse, London (UK premiere). How I Learned to Drive is a play written by American playwright Paula Vogel.
- An Irish Trilogy, aka Shadows (1998-9) - Royal Shakespeare Company. The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC is a British Theatre company
- The Maids (1997) - UK tour. The Maids ( Les Bonnes) is a play by the French writer Jean Genet, written in 1947
- Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards (1996) - Royal National Theatre. The Royal National Theatre, located on the South Bank in the London Borough of Lambeth, England.
- Double Helix (1996) - Dublin Theatre Festival/ Peacock Theatre, Dublin.
- Six Characters in Search of an Author (1995) - Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Six Characters in Search of an Author ( Sei personaggi in cerca d'autore) is the most famous and celebrated play by the Italian writer Luigi Pirandello.
- The Crucible (1995) - Abbey Theatre, Dublin. The Crucible by Arthur Miller is a play based upon the events in 1692, which led to the Salem Witch Trials, a series of hearings before
- True Lines (1994) - Dublin Theatre Festival/ Bush Theatre, London
- One for the Road (1994) - Gate Theatre, Dublin. One for the Road is a play written by Harold Pinter. It is one of his overtly- political plays and was published in 1984. The Gate Theatre, in Dublin, was founded in 1928 by Hilton Edwards and Micheál MacLiammoir, initially using the Abbey Theatre 's Peacock studio
- The Master Builder (1993-4) - Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh/ Riverside Studios, London. The Master Builder (original Norwegian title Bygmester Solness) is a play by Norwegian Playwright Henrik Ibsen. Edinburgh ( ˈɛdɪnb(ərə Dùn Èideann) is the Capital of Scotland and is its second largest city after Glasgow. Co-directed with Brian Cox. Brian Denis Cox, CBE (born June 1, 1946) is a BAFTA - and Emmy Award -winning Golden Globe -nominated British
- The Match Seller Girl - Theatre Project Tokyo, Japan. For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic Japan topics.
- Asylum! Asylum! - Peacock Theatre, Dublin.
- John Hughdy-Tom John - Druid Theatre Company. The Druid Theatre Company, was founded in Galway in 1975 by graduates of the NUIG, Garry Hynes, Marie Mullen and Mick Lally
- Phaedra for the Gate Theatre, Dublin. Phaedra is a 'concert Opera ' in two-acts by Hans Werner Henze.
Awards and Nominations for his theatre work
External links The Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre, more commonly known as the Tony Awards, recognize achievement in live American Theatre and are presented The Pillowman is a 2003 play by British playwright Martin McDonagh. Martin McDonagh (born 26 March 1970 is a contemporary Irish playwright and Film director.
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