Charles Harris is a writer-director and co-founder of the first screenwriters’ workshop in the world. His film work includes the rite-of-passage movie Paradise Grove, which won Best New Director in Palm Springs and the BBC2 satirical documentary Sex, Drugs and Dinner, with Alexei Sayle, winning Best Network Programme in the UK. He helped found the first screenwriters’ workshop in the world, London Screenwriters’ Workshop, now Euroscript.
He has two books coming out soon – A Complete Introduction to Screenwriting and his debut novel, The Breaking of Liam Glass.
He has appeared on BBC and independent radio, and written and directed for BBC, ITV, Channel 4, national and local newspapers and magazines, as well as cinema and theatre.
“A natural story-teller” – Ian St James Awards
Charles Harris loves telling stories in all media and helping others to tell theirs. His is a distinctive voice, mixing humour, suspense, memorable characters and a very personal style.