BRIDGET JONES'S BABY
SHARON MAGUIRE (Directed by) began her career in publishing as
a copywriter. Maguire is a versatile filmmaker who started her filmmaking career
as a BBC and Channel 4 television documentarian. She first directed for Channel
4's The Media Show and BBC's The Late Show. She then directed the British
Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award-winning series Bookmark, which
took a biographical look at the world of books and authors, and the arts
documentary series Omnibus, both for the BBC.
In 2001, Maguire made her feature-film directorial debut with the smash hit
Bridget Jones's Diary. The film was a worldwide success, earning RenEe Zellweger
an Oscar nomination for Best Actress and spawned a successful sequel. She made
a dramatic turn with her next feature Incendiary by directing her own
screenplay. The film, which portrayed how an adulterous woman's life is torn
apart when her husband and infant son are killed in a suicide bombing, starred
Michelle Williams and Ewan McGregor.
In 2015, Maguire launched the television production company Seven Stories with
the backing of all3media, and she's currently writing her first novel. She also
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