PAUL ANDREW WILLIAMS (director) is a critically acclaimed writer and director. His body of work to
date includes the theatrical release of three feature films; UNFINISHED SONG will be
his fourth cinematic release.
In 2001 Paul wrote and directed the short film ROYALTY which would later inspire
critically acclaimed feature film debut LONDON TO BRIGHTON. LONDON TO
BRIGHTON premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival and subsequently won numerous
awards in the UK and overseas, including a nomination for The Carl Foreman Award
at the 2007 BAFTA Awards. Williams followed this up with horror comedy THE
COTTAGE, released in 2008 with Pathe Distribution and then in 2010, chilling home
invasion thriller CHERRY TREE LANE released by Metrodome in the UK.
On top of the many scripts Williams has in development for the future, he is also a
keen actor and starred in the most recent series of Golden Globe nominated TV
series WALLANDER alongside Kenneth Branagh.
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