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BECOMING JANE

JULIAN JARROLD made his feature film directorial debut with KINKY BOOTS (2005). He has worked in the UK television industry for more than 10 years and has directed some of the UK's most prominent and successful British TV drama series and mini-series in that period. In 1994 Julian directed a BAFTA winning episode of the acclaimed ITV drama series "Cracker, The Big Crunch,” which he followed up with the two hour film for Granada, "Some Kind of Life,”which was nominated for a BAFTA. Working with the BBC Julian also directed the Emmy-nominated miniseries "Great Expectations” starring Ioan Gruffudd and Charlotte Rampling and "All The King's Men” starring David Jason and Maggie Smith. Over the last few years Julian has worked with some of the UK's most talented young actors including John Simm in the BAFTA nominated, feature length dramas, "Never, Never” and "Crime and Punishment” and Andrew Lincoln in "The Canterbury Tales: Man Of Law” for the BBC. Prior to KINKY BOOTS Julian also directed

Channel 4's critically acclaimed adaptation of the Zadie Smith best selling novel, "White Teeth,” starring Om Puri and Phil Davis. He is currently shooting the feature film BRIDESHEAD REVISITED for Miramax Films.

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