Filmography Lynne Ramsay

Date of birth: 05/12/69 (48 years)
 Nationality: United Kingdom

Lynne Ramsay (born 5 December 1969:) is a Scottish film director, best known for the feature films Ratcatcher, Morvern Callar and We Need to Talk about Kevin. 
 
Born in Glasgow on 5 December 1969, Ramsay graduated from the UK's National Film and Television School in 1995. 
 
Ramsay won the 1996 Cannes Prix de Jury for her graduation film, the short "Small Deaths". Her second short film, "Kill the Day", won the Clemont Ferrand Prix du Jury; her third, "Gasman", won her another Cannes Prix du Jury in addition to a Scottish BAFTA for Best Short Film. 
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Ratcatcher (1999), Ramsay's debut feature, won critical acclaim and numerous awards. It was screened at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival[1] and opened the Edinburgh International Film Festival, winning her the Guardian New Directors prize. She also won the Carl Foreman Award for Newcomer in British Film at the 2000 BAFTA Awards, the Sutherland Trophy at the London Film Festival and the Silver Hugo for Best Director at the Chicago International Film Festival. 
 
Morvern Callar (2002) won Samantha Morton the British Independent Film Award for Best Actress, and Kathleen McDermott the Scottish BAFTA Award for Best Actress. It also won the 2002 C.I.C.A.E. Award and the Award of The Youth at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. 
 
Ramsay was slated to direct the adaptation of Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones, but left the project in early 2004. Her next project is the BBC Films-produced adaptation, We Need to Talk about Kevin, Lionel Shriver's Orange Prize-winning novel set in the aftermath of a high-school massacre. The film is scheduled to premiere In Competition at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. 
 
In 2007 Ramsay was rated number 12 in Guardian Unlimited's list of the world's 40 best directors working today. 
 
Music promos 
Ramsay directed the promotional video for the Manchester-based indie-rock band Doves' single "Black and White Town", which was released on 7 February 2005. However, Ramsay's version was re-edited and the released version was quite a difference to her original piece

Filmography Lynne Ramsay