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JAMES KENT (Director) began as an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose 90-minute TV single HOLOCAUST: A MUSIC MEMORIAL FROM AUSCHWITZ won a BAFTA and an Emmy in 2004. He went on to direct a number of acclaimed television dramas including THE SECRET DIARIES OF MISS ANNE LISTER in 2009, which was made for television but became a hit on the film festival circuit for gay and lesbian films, winning a number of awards. He also directed the acclaimed thriller INSIDE MEN for the BBC and THE WHITE QUEEN, a flagship BBC historical drama series for which James was the lead director, and THE THIRTEENTH TALE (starring Vanessa Redgrave and Olivia Colman) for BBC and Heyday Films. Sony Pictures Classics TESTAMENT OF YOUTH was his first feature film, starring Kit Harrington and Alicia Vikander, based on the best-selling memoir by Vera Brittain.


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