The UK's Youngest Film Director and the most exciting emerging talent within the UK
Elliott Hasler is the UK's Youngest Film Director and the most exciting emerging talent within the UK, having completed his first feature, 'Charlie's Letters', aged 16 after a 3 year production. 'Charlie's Letters' screened at the Edinburgh and Brighton Festivals, where it received critical acclaim and was lauded by critics as a "miracle", with Culture Trip's Graham Fuller citing Hasler as "the next Spielberg".
Hasler followed the success of his debut feature with a series of short films. Among which was, 'To Hunt a Tiger', starring John Locke (Darkest Hour, The Favourite) and shot in Sri Lanka, following in the footsteps of Sir David Lean's 'The Bridge on the River Kwai', it also features an original score by Emmy Award Winning composer, Daniel Clive McCallum and premiered at the Maldives no.1 rated resort, Soneva Jani.
Hasler is currently shooting his second feature, 'Vindication Swim', about the first English woman to swim the Channel.
Birth Date
July 29, 2000
Hometown
Brighton
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
British
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Leo
The UK's Youngest Film Director and the most exciting emerging talent within the UK