Mark Norfolk writes for film, theatre and radio. His theatre work includes Blair's Children (co-author; Cockpit Theatre); Wrong Place (Soho Theatre); Where The Flowers Grow, Naked Soldiers, Knock Down Ginger (Warehouse Theatre) and in 2015 he became the first recipient of the Alfred Fagon Award's Roland Rees Bursary. His films Shadow Gene, Ham & The Piper and Crossing Bridges (as writer and director) have won many international awards including Best Film and Best Director at Festfilm Kosovo, SevenArt Best Film, Best Feature Film at the Peloponnesian Film Festival, Best Film at the Black International Film Festival, Best Feature at the Carmarthen Film Festival, a Screen Nation Award and a Silver Chris Award in Columbus. He lectures in Screenwriting at Birkbeck, University of London.
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