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Steven Knight (born 1959) is a British screenwriter and film director. Knight has written the screenplays for the films Closed Circuit, Dirty Pretty Things and Eastern Promises, and also directed as well as written the films Locke and Hummingbird (a.k.a. Redemption). Knight has also written scripts for numerous British television programmes such as the British version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (and is also the series creator, the UK version being the inspiration for the US version), BBC's Commercial Breakdown, The Detectives and others.

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Interview: Steven Knight on Peaky Blinders Season 2 ...
Birmingham crime boss Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy, Inception) heads into perilous territory in the second series of Steven Knight's acclaimed gangster epic. As the 1920s begin to roar, business is booming for the Peaky Blinders gang.
Author: Chris Bryant  (24 Oct 2014)
168. British film director Steven Knight's film “Locke” (2013 ...
British film director Steven Knight's film “Locke” (2013) based on his original script/story: Amazing script forged from what could also have been a suberb one act play with a great performance. There is something special when a director writes ...
Author: Jugu Abraham  (19 Oct 2014)
Birmingham Eastside Steven Knight talks about Peaky ...
This Monday, Steven Knight dropped by at the Library of Birmingham for the Literature Festival. The event, financed by the City Council and hosted by the library is set on a week and a half between the 2nd and 11th of October and as already ...
Author: Robin Cannone  (12 Oct 2014)

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