Charlie Dennis is a writer/director hailing from the West Midlands.
Establishing himself globally across both commercials and narrative work, he looks to push the boundaries of cinematic techniques whilst blending humour and high-octane moments - giving an honest punch to all that he creates.
He always strives to represent unheard voices on screen, especially within disability. He aims to improve accessibility in film, and his Deaf-led BBC short film ‘Silent World’ was subsequently picked up as a TV series after winning The National Lottery Arts Project of the Year, alongside BAFTA, Academy Award and BIFA qualifying festival nominations.
Other TV work includes Second Unit directing on Sky Atlantic’s ’This England’, starring Kenneth Branagh.
Whilst already shortlisted for prestigious commercial accolades such as Cannes Lions and 1.4 awards, this is only the beginning for Charlie Dennis. He creates work that has an impact - and whether you’ll be laughing, crying, or shouting at your screen, he ensures you’ll remember his films long after you’ve watched them.
He’s currently developing his first TV series which will focus on supporting deaf, visually impaired, neuro-diverse and disabled communities.