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Mark Mills (writer)

Mark Mills
Occupation Novelist, Screenplay writer
Nationality English England
Period 1993 – present
Notable award(s) Crime Writers' Association Award – Best Crime Novel by a Debut Author
2004 Amagansett

Angers European First Film Festival – Best Screenplay
1995 One Night Stand
Children 2

Mark Mills is a British writer of screenplays and novels. His first screenplay was BAFTA-nominated short film One Night Stand starring Jemma Redgrave and James Purefoy in 1993; this won Mills a 'Best Screenplay' award at the Angers European First Film Festival in 1995.

Mills's first novel was Amagansett, later reissued under the title The Whaleboat House published in 2004; this won him the 'Best Crime Novel by a Debut Author' at the Crime Writers' Association Award. His second novel, The Savage Garden, was published in 2006. His third novel, The Information Officer, was published in April, 2009.

Work

Year Work Format Award
1993 One Night Stand Short Film Angers European First Film Festival – Best Screenplay (Won)
1999 The Lost Son Film
2002 Global Heresy Film
2004 The Reckoning Film
Amagansett (reissued as "The Whaleboat House) Novel Crime Writers' Association Award – Best Crime Novel by a Debut Author (Won)
2006 The Savage Garden Novel
2009 The Information Officer Novel
2011 House of the Hanged Novel

External links

  • Interview with Mark Mills
  • Mark Mills on FantasticFiction.co.uk
  • Internet Movie Database
  • http://www.markmills.org.uk


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