Philip John Net Worth

Philip John Net Worth is
$15 Million

Philip John Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Philip John (born in Newport, Wales) is an award winning and multi BAFTA nominated Director and ScreenwriterPhilip, played bass with DIY punk band Reptile Ranch. Along with Spike Reptile, Simon Smith and Andrew Tucker, he founded Z-Block Records; a non profit-making collective releasing records by fellow Cardiff based DIY bands, including the Young Marble Giants. Philip also ran a musicians collective at the seminal Grassroots Cafe on Charles Street in Cardiff. Philip dumped the music business following an ill-fated busking-trip to Paris with nine-piece kazoo band performing Motown numbers, and set about equipping himself to work as a film maker.A graduate of Newport Film School, Philip won Best Fiction Film at the BP EXPO student film awards for his first short "SURFACE TENSION" and the following year Runner Up Best Screenplay for "DANDO'S BRILLIANTINE" in the FUJI SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS. On leaving film school Philip made a further three short films under various schemes. "SIXTEEN OUNCES" was made as part of an in-house BBC Wales scheme. BBC Wales and Sgrin Cymru collaborated on 'Welsh Rarebits, which produced Philip's controversial and BAFTA NOMINATED short film "SUCKERFISH." Philip's final post graduation short "SISTER LULU" was made under the Channel 4/Sgrin Cymru's Screen Gems. Both "SUCKERFISH" and "SISTER LULU" went on to win international festival prizes, including selection by NEW DIRECTIONS Y2K who sponsored a trip to New York and Los Angeles for the 'best new UK directors'. Philip is now a freelance screenwriter director and MD of his own production company Orange River Ltd, named after the River Ebbw, which, in the 1960s, was one of the most polluted waterways in Europe.Philip balances his professional career between his cinema development slate and directing network television. His television drama includes Murphy's Law, C4 feature length comedy Wedding Belles written by Irvine Welsh and Dean Cavanagh and primetime series like Being Human, for which he won a BAFTA nomination as Best Director, Ashes To Ashe and Downton Abbey.In 2009, Philip, with longtime collaborators actor/producer Jonathan Owen and screenwriter Dean Cavanagh, co-produced SVENGALI, a satire on the Music Biz, released as a series of nine web virals on YouTube and also available as free downloads from iTunes. It stars Jonathan Owen, Roger Evans, Alan Mcgee, Sean Harris and Sally Phillips, Michele Gomez, Ciaran Griffiths, Martin Freeman, Jodie Whittaker, Colin Tiernan, Jordan Long, Paolo Hewitt as well as real life rock legends Boy George, Carl Barat, Maggot and Bonehead.Philip is currently casting his movie LAST TRAIN TO LLANELLI from the novel by Robert Lewis with screenwriter Hassan Amini, produced by Hossein Amini, Hal Vogel and David Aukin at Daybreak Pictures.
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ProfessionDirector, Writer, Producer


Band on the Runannounced
The Halcyon2017TV Series 2 episodes
Outlander2016TV Series 4 episodes
Moon Dogs2016
Downton Abbey2013-2015TV Series 6 episodes
Spotless2015TV Series 2 episodes
New Tricks2010-2014TV Series 11 episodes
Crossing Lines2014TV Series 1 episode
Being Human2011-2013TV Series 11 episodes
Abroad2010TV Movie
Material Girl2010TV Series 2 episodes
Ashes to Ashes2009TV Series 2 episodes
Svengali2009TV Movie
Wire in the Blood2008TV Series 2 episodes
Distant Shores2008TV Series 3 episodes
Mistresses2008TV Series 2 episodes
Wedding Belles2007TV Movie
Seven Second Delay2006TV Movie
Sugar Rush2006TV Series 5 episodes
Sinchronicity2006TV Series 2 episodes
Cutting It2005TV Series 2 episodes
The Bill2004TV Series 2 episodes
Chosen2004TV Series
Murphy's Law2004TV Series 2 episodes
Spine Chillers2003TV Series 3 episodes
Dose2003TV Short
Sister Lulu2001Short
A Mind to Kill2001TV Series 2 episodes
Wales Playhouse1995TV Series 1 episode
Can't Remember Friday1987Short


Sister Lulu2001Short
Wales Playhouse1995TV Series written by - 1 episode
Saving the Planet1989Short
Can't Remember Friday1987Short written by


Saving the Planet1989Short
Can't Remember Friday1987Short


Saving the Planet1989Short
Can't Remember Friday1987Short


Svengali2009TV Movie producer
Can't Remember Friday1987Short producer


Can't Remember Friday1987Short

Sound Department

Can't Remember Friday1987Short sound

Won Awards

2016Feature Film AwardGalway Film FleadhBest International First FeatureMoon Dogs (2016)
2016Recommendations of Cinema OwnersMannheim-Heidelberg International FilmfestivalInternational CompetitionMoon Dogs (2016)
2016Audience AwardMannheim-Heidelberg International FilmfestivalInternational CompetitionMoon Dogs (2016)
2002Best ShortMilan International Lesbian and Gay Film FestivalSister Lulu (2001)
2001Best Black and White Short FilmCork International Film FestivalShort FilmSister Lulu (2001)
2001International Jury AwardCork International Film FestivalBest Black & White ShortSister Lulu (2001)
2001Special CommendationCork International Film FestivalInternationalSister Lulu (2001)

Nominated Awards

2016BAFTA Scotland AwardBAFTA Awards, ScotlandBest Feature FilmMoon Dogs (2016)
2016BAFTA Cymru AwardBAFTA Awards, WalesBest Director: FictionDownton Abbey (2010)
2016Audience AwardEdinburgh International Film FestivalMoon Dogs (2016)
2016The Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature FilmEdinburgh International Film FestivalMoon Dogs (2016)
2016Grand Newcomer Award Mannheim-HeidelbergMannheim-Heidelberg International FilmfestivalInternational CompetitionMoon Dogs (2016)
2014OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Direction in a Drama SeriesDownton Abbey (2010)
2013BAFTA Cymru AwardBAFTA Awards, WalesBest Director: FictionBeing Human (2008)
2012BAFTA Cymru AwardBAFTA Awards, WalesBest Director: FictionBeing Human (2008)

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