Hattie Dalton's latest short film Summer’s Day premiered on ABCME in 2017 for International Day of the Girl.
In 2005, the year after her debut, Sick, was nominated for best short film at the Brief Encounters Film Festival in the UK, Hattie won a BAFTA for her second short film, The Banker, starring Michael Sheen. The film was an international success and gained recognition in more than 50 film festivals worldwide. She further developed her craft as an assistant editor on films such as Matthew Vaughan's Layer Cake, Damien O'Donnell's Heartlands and Stephen Woolley's directorial debut Stoned. She was selected to work alongside Sir Richard Eyre on the Academy Award nominated Notes on a Scandal, as part of a mentor scheme. In 2008 she directed short film One of Those Days for BBC Films, written by Mark Burton (Wallace and Gromit). It screened at festivals around the world and won best short film at Sitges Film Festival 2009.
Hattie directed Third Star, her first feature, in 2009. Written by Vaughan Sivell, it stars Benedict Cumberbatch, JJ Field, Tom Burke and Adam Robertson. It premiered as the closing film of the 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival and screened in 2011 at the Sydney Film Festival.
Hattie is currently working on Wildskin, an original a stage play for NORPA.
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