Brady Hood

Brady is a director and screenwriter who is passionate about creating commercially accessible stories with a social commentary. After working as an assistant to film directors such as Joe Wright, Lone Scherfig, and Otto Bathurst, Brady was accepted onto the prestigious MA Directing Fiction course at The National Film & Television School. His graduation film “Sweet Maddie Stone” won numerous worldwide awards including “Short film of the year” at the Critics’ Circle Film Awards and the “Brief Grand Prix” at Bristol Encounters Film Festival. Brady’s short form work also won ‘Best Director’ at the Kodak/Nahemi Student Commercial Awards and was nominated for “Best Student Commercial” at the British Arrows Craft Awards 2016. His first feature film, an adaptation of the short ‘Sweet Maddie Stone’, is now in development with Shoebox Films and Creative England. As hardworking as ever, Brady is currently directing two episodes of the hotly anticipated new series of Top Boy for Netflix whilst working on two television dramas – “Twockers” and “Davey Glass Disappears”- which have both been optioned and are now in development. “Screen International” recently selected Brady to feature as one of their “Stars of Tomorrow.”
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