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Joe Penhall

Joe Penhall Overview

Joe Penhall lives in London. His plays include: Birthday (Royal Court Theatre, 2012); Haunted Child (Royal Court Theatre, 2011); Landscape With Weapon (National Theatre, 2007); Dumb Show (Royal Court Theatre, 2004); Blue/Orange (National Theatre, 2000), winner of the Evening Standard Best Play Award, the Olivier Award for Best New Play 2001 and the Critics’ Circle Award for Best New Play 2000; The Bullet (Donmar Warehouse, 1998); Love and Understanding (Bush Theatre, 1997); Pale Horse (Royal Court Theatre, 1995), which won the Thames Television Best Play Award; Some Voices (Royal Court Theatre, 1994), which won him the John Whiting Award in 1995.

His film and television work includes: his adaptation of The Road from Cormac McCarthy’s award-winning novel, which premiered in competition at the Venice Film Festival 2009; the screenplay Enduring Love (2004), based on the novel by Ian McEwan; the feature adaptation of his play Some Voices for Film4; Moses Jones, a three-part detective drama for BBC2, winner of Best Screenplay at the Roma Fiction Festival 2009; the BAFTA-nominated The Long Firm for BBC2.

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