Graham Cantwell

Graham Cantwell

Irish, Film Director

Graham Cantwell is an Irish film and television director. He is best known for directing feature film Anton which achieved a three week domestic cinema release and was nominated for three Irish Film and Television Awards in 2009. His short film A Dublin Story was shortlisted for Academy Award Nomination in 2004 having picked up several film festival awards. In 2010 he directed a new television drama The Guards for TV3 in Ireland. In addition to his directing works he is co-founder of Film Venture London and The Attic Studio in Dublin. He is represented by MacFarlane Chard Associates in London.

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25 March 1974
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6' 2" (188 cm)
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