James Hawes

James Hawes is a British television director. He has worked in British television drama since the mid 1990s, and has also produced documentaries for British and American television networks. His work has ranged across high-end period pieces and prime-time adventure drama, including the re-launch of Doctor Who and Enid, a biopic starring Helena Bonham Carter about the celebrated children's author, Enid Blyton, which won Hawes a BAFTA nomination as Best Director at the 2010 ceremony.

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