Rowan Woods is an award-winning director of television and feature films. Rowan set up The Kettering Incident, which won Best Miniseries at the 2016 AACTA Awards. His episodes were screened in competition at Series Mania Festival in Paris, beating out 80 other entrants to win the International Special Jury Prize. His other television credits include the US NBCUniversal series Hunters, and Rake and Nowhere Boys for the ABC
Rowan has earned several other awards and nominations for his work in television, including the Australian Directors Guild (ADG) Award for Best Direction in a Telemovie for The Broken Shore, another ADG nomination for Rake and an AFI nomination for Do or Die.
Rowan made his feature film debut in 1998 with The Boys, starring Toni Collette and David Wenham. The film was nominated for nine AFI Awards, winning Best Director, as well as receiving a nomination for a Golden Bear at Berlinale. Rowan’s acclaimed second feature, Little Fish, starring Cate Blanchett and Hugo Weaving, was nominated for 13 AFI Awards, and 11 FCCA Awards. His first US feature, Fragments, starred Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, and Forest Whitaker. For a full CV please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.