THE ICE CREAM GIRLS
(3x1hr, Left Bank Pictures/ITV1) Winner, Best Television Drama, 2013 International Black Film Festival.
‘Captivatingly tense’ – The Guardian
‘Beautifully filmed.’ – TV Times
‘an evocatively-filmed pot of giddy schooldays, seaside fairgrounds and festering mistrust.’
- The Times
(90′ film for BBC4/Angel Eye) Nominated, Best Television Drama, 2011 Scottish Bafta Awards.
‘Astonishingly good..could break your heart’ – The Times
‘Beautifully shot and acted’ – The Telegraph
‘truly extraordinary..warm and sad, moving and very, very human’ – The Guardian
LOST IN AUSTEN
(4 x 1hr ITV/Mammoth Screen)
‘Amazingly Good’ – The Guardian
‘Wonderfully Funny’ – The Times
‘A Dream of a Show’ – Mail on Sunday
Series 1 and 2, BabyCow/BBC
‘The best new comedy on TV’ – The Telegraph
‘Very funny viewing with a sinister edge’ – The Observer
‘Captivating..a funny, clever, touching script by Dan Zeff, who also directed with panache’
- Evening Standard
Winner, Best Short Film, San Diego Film Festival.
Winner, Silver Plaque, Chicago Film Festival
Nominated, Best Short Film, Bafta
Dan Zeff is an award-winning Director and Writer working in the UK.
He is currently in production on SIBLINGS, a new (6×30) BBC comedy series for Bwark Productions. Previous comedy credits include the opening series of PRAMFACE, IDEAL and THE WORST WEEK OF MY LIFE.
In 2013, he directed THE ICE CREAM GIRLS, a three part psychological thriller for Left Bank Pictures/ITV 1. Drama credits also include the acclaimed HATTIE for BBC4, CONSUMING PASSION for BBC4 and LOST IN AUSTEN for Mammoth/ITV1.
He has won three BAFTA awards, and a further five BAFTA nominations. In 2013, his ITV thriller ‘THE ICE CREAM GIRLS’ won Best TV Drama at the International Black Film Festival. His two hour CASE HISTORIES ‘When Will There Be Good News’ starring Jason Isaacs (Ruby Films/BBC1) won the Scottish Bafta for Best Television Drama in 2011.
As a writer, Dan has just completed his first TV commission, writing the opening episode for the third series of PRAMFACE. His short films have twice been BAFTA Nominated and won awards at festivals worldwide. His original screenplay Project Mustard won the Tribeca Sloan Development Award at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival.
For a full CV click here
Josh Hornstock, UTA
Tel (001) 310 273 6700.