Grant Gee is an award-winning director and filmmaker.
Grant’s feature documentary Joy Division won the Grierson Award for Best Cinema Documentary, Mojo Vision Award, and the Sound and Vision award for Best Music Film.
Grant’s latest film project, Intermission, is based on the life of Jazz pianist Bill Evans. Intermission is currently in development with Hot Property Films and has recently received funding from the Irish Film Board.
Grant’s documentary The True History of the 100 Mile City is currently showing at The Design Museum, as part of acclaimed British architect Peter Barber’s exhibition.
Grant regularly collaborates with theatre director Katie Mitchell, most recently on La Maladie de La Mort, which showed at The Barbican.
Innocence of Memories, based on Orhan Pamuk’s novel of the same name, premiered at Venice 2015, where it was an official selection.
Grant’s 2012 essay film Patience (After Sebald) is a poetic and thought-provoking exploration of W.G Sebald’s The Rings of Saturn. Catch it now on Mubi.
Meeting People is Easy (Radiohead) was included in Rolling Stone’s 40 Greatest Rock Documentaries, and earned Grant his first Grammy nomination. Demon Days (Gorillaz) was his second.
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