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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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Peaky Blinders – Gangsters will be gangsters - Rant!
Peaky Blinders, written by Steven Knight (Dirty Pretty Things), is a vivid reminder that gangsters will be gangsters regardless of whether they're brandishing oversized jeans, Nike shoes and a pitbull or overcoats, three-piece suits and a race ...
Author: Andrea  (24 Feb 2015)
In Conversation With… Screenwriter and Director Steven ...
In Conversation With... Screenwriter and Director Steven Knight. Wednesday 4th March at 5.30pm in Urwin (EEG087) Lecture Theatre, St. John's Campus Limited places! If you wish to book a place please email ihca The Department of Film ...
Author: reubeni  (20 Feb 2015)
New Titles from Steven Knight Media | Here To There ...
Steven Knight Media have another four titles for sale, covering a diverse selection of tastes. We enclose below a look at the latest titles. From 1st March 2015, postage on these books increases to an amount between £1.30 and £1.75, to reflect ...
Author: heretoth  (18 Feb 2015)

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