Saul Dibb

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Saul Dibb
Born John Saul Dibb
1968
London, England
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Years active 1997–present
Partner(s) Kira Phillips
Children 3
Parent(s) Elizabeth and Mike Dibb

Saul Dibb (born 1968)[1] is an English director and screenwriter. His father is the documentary maker Mike Dibb.

Born in London, England, Saul Dibb is a graduate of the University of East Anglia, he is best known for co-writing and directing Bullet Boy, for which he was nominated for the Douglas Hickox Award,[2] The Line of Beauty, and The Duchess. In 2016, he directed the adaptation for BBC2 of Zadie Smith's bestselling novel NW into a 90-minute television film of the same name, starring Nikki Amuka-Bird and Phoebe Fox.[3][4] Dibb directed a film adaptation of R. C. Sherriff's 1928 play Journey's End, which was released in 2017. This has been dubbed 'The best ever film about the Great War' by The Times.[5]

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Film
Television

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