Rose Garnett
Bay Garnett
United Kingdom
2020

BBC Films

Rose
Garnett

Director

Since taking the helm at BBC Films in 2017, Garnett has moved the publicly funded prodco in a bolder direction, backing projects by new voices such as this year’s “Blue Story” from YouTube star Andrew Onwubolu (aka Rapman) and, controversially for the British institution, American director Eliza Hittman’s honestly portrayed abortion drama “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” along with New Zealander Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog” for 2021 on Netflix. At BBC Films, she also exec produced “Judy,” which earned Renée Zellweger a best actress Oscar. Previously, Garnett was head of creative at Film4, where she was part of a team that helped fund “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “The Favourite,” which won best actress Oscars for Frances McDormand and Olivia Colman, respectively.

Career

  • STAN & OLLIE
  • I, DANIEL BLAKE
  • JUDY

Education

  • University of Cambridge (UK)

Variety Honors

  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
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