Andrew Eaton co-founded Revolution Films in 1994 with director Michael Winterbottom. He has won the BAFTA award twice for his work in film and television. His feature credits include; Genova, A Mighty Heart, Road to Guantanamo, A Cock and Bull Story, In This World, The Shock Doctrine, The Killer Inside Me, The Trip and 360. He has also served as executive producer on other productions, including Heartlands and Bright Young Things. Eaton produced the critically acclaimed Red Riding trilogy for Channel 4, and was executive producer for Samantha Morton’s The Unloved, which was awarded a BAFTA for Best Single Drama. He will next produce Rush, about the Formula 1 champion drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt, whilst also working on 7 Days, a drama about an imprisoned man and his family. Eaton has served as Deputy Chair of the UK Film Council and Chair of the Leadership on Diversity Forum, and in 2000 he was awarded Producer of the Year at BIFA.
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