DAMIAN JONES is one of Britain’s most prolific independent film producers. A career that spans over fifty feature films, he has collaborated with prestige directing talent and cast to create critical and commercial films including the Oscar winning The Iron Lady (Phyllida Lloyd), Lady In The Van (Nick Hytner), Belle (Amma Asante), Welcome to Sarajevo (Michael Winterbottom), Millions (Danny Boyle), Goodbye Christopher Robin (Simon Curtis), Sex, Drugs&Rock&Roll (Matt Whitecross), The History Boys (Nick Hytner), Dad’s Army (Oliver Parker), Kidulthood & Adulthood and Absolutely Fabulous The Movie (Mandie Fletcher). Other film credits include M.J.Delaney’s Powder Room, Gregg Araki’s Splendor, Regan Hall’s Fast Girls, and Vondie Curtis-Hall’s Gridlock’d. Most recent productions and releases include Michael Winterbottom’s Greed, Argyris Papadimitropoulos’s Monday, Romola Garai’s Amulet, Rapman’s Blue Story, and Catherine Tate’s This Nan’s Life. He is currently in post on Rupert Majendie’s Brian & Charles with Focus Features and Raine Ann Miller’s Rye Lane with Searchlight. Others films also include Richard Eyre’s Allejulah, Curtis Vowell’s Seize Them and Executive Producer on I Used To Be Famous and Greatest Days. He has just wrapped Nick Hytner and Alan Bennett’s The Choral which he produces with Kevin Loader for Sony Classics and BBC Film.


Directed by Richard Eyre


I Used To Be Famous

Directed by Eddie Steinberg


Brian & Charles
Directed by Rupert Majendie


See How They Run 
Directed by Tom George


Rye Lane
Directed by Raine Ann Miller


Boxing Day
Directed by Aml Ameen


Brian & Charles
Directed by Jim Archer


This Nan’s Life

Directed by Josie Rourke

(With Catherine Tate)



Directed by Rapman



Written and Directed by Agyris Papadimitropoulos

(With Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough)


Dir: Michael Winterbottom / Writers: Sean Gray, Michael Winterbottom

(with Steve Coogan, Isla Fisher, David Mitchell)



Dir/Writer: Romola Garai

(With Imelda Staunton, Carla Juri, Alec Secareanu)



Dir: Simon Curtis / Writer: Frank Cottrell Boyce

(With Domnhall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald)

Fox Searchlight



Dir: Rogert Spottiswoode / Written by Tim John

(With Luke Treadaway, Ruta Gedmintas, Joanne Froggatt, Anthony Head)



Dir: Mandie Fletcher

(With Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley)



(With Teresa Daley, Chen Shiang Chyi, Josh Whitehouse)


DAD’S ARMY (2015) Universal / Screen Yorkshire

Dir: Oliver Parker / Written by Hamish McColl

(With Catherine Zeta-Jones, Bill Nighy, Toby Jones)


LADY IN THE VAN (2015) Tristar / BBC

Dir: Nicholas Hytner / Written by Alan Bennett

(With Maggie Smith, Alex Jennings)


BELLE (2014) Pinewood / CinemaNX /BFI / Headgear / Bankside / Fox Searchlight

Dir: Amma Asante / Written by Misan Sagay

(with Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Tom Felton, Matthew Goode, Penelope Wilton, Emily Watson and Tom Wilkinson)


POWDER ROOM (2013) DJ Films / Universal Dir. MJ Delaney

Written by Rachel Hirons

(with Sheridan Smith)


FAST GIRLS (2012) Studio Canal / Ealing Metro

Dir. Regan Hall / Co-written by Noel Clarke and Jay Basu


THE IRON LADY (2011) Pathe / Film 4 / BFI / Weinstein

Dir: Phyllida Lloyd

Written by Abi Morgan

(with Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent)

*Academy Award Winner (Meryl Streep) – Best Actress

*Academy Award Winner (Mark Coulier, J Roy Helland) – Best Hair & Make-Up Design

*BAFTA Winner (Meryl Streep) – Best Actress

*BAFTA Winner (Marese Langan, Mark Coulier, J Roy Helland) – Best Hair & Make-Up Design

*BAFTA Nomination (Jim Broadbent) – Best Supporting Actor

*BAFTA Nomination (Abi Morgan) – Best Original Screenplay


SEX&DRUGS&ROCK&ROLL (2012) Metropolis / Entertainment / Tribeca

Dir: Mat Whitecross

(with Andy Serkis)

*BAFTA Nomination (Andy Serkis) – Best Actor

*BAFTA Nomination (Chaz Jankel) – Best Music for Film

*Evening Standard British Film Awards (Andy Serkis) – Best Actor


DOGGING: A LOVE STORY (2009) Vertigo Films (Executive Producer)

Dir: Simon Ellis

(with Luke Treadaway)


ADULTHOOD (2008) Pathe / Independent / UKFC

Dir: Noel Clarke / Written & Directed by Noel Clarke


STRAIGHTHEADS (2007) Film Four / UKFC / SWM Dir: Dan Reed

(with Gillian Anderson)


KIDULTHOOD (2006) Hanway / Revolver Dir: Menaj Huda

Written by Noel Clarke

(with Noel Clarke, Nicholas Hoult, Jaime Winston)


THE HISTORY BOYS (2006) BBC / DNA / Fox Searchlight

Dir: Nick Hytner

(with Dominic Cooper, James Corden, Richard Griffiths)


ALPHA MALE (2006) Xingu Films / Capitol Films

Writer-Director: Dan Wilde

(with Jennifer Ehle, Patrick Baladi, Amelia Warner)


PICCADILLY JIM (2005) UIP / Myriad Pictures (Executive Producer)
Dir: John McKay
(with Sam Rockwell, Frances O’Connor, Tom Wilkinson, Alison Janney)


GLADIATRESS (2004) Icon International Dir: Brian Grant
(with Ronan Vibert, Sally Philips)


MILLIONS (2004) Fox Searchlight / Pathe International

Dir: Danny Boyle (with James Nesbitt) / Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce


THUNDERPANTS (2002) Pathe International

Dir: Peter Hewitt
(with Celia Imrie, Paul Giametti, Rupert Grint)


SOME VOICES (2000) Film Four

Dir: Simon Cellan Jones
(with Daniel Craig, David Morrissey, Kelly Macdonald)


VERY ANNIE MARY (2000) Film Four

Dir: Sara Sugarman

(with Rachel Griffiths, Ioan Gruffudd, Matthew Rhys)


DANCING AT THE BLUE IGUANA (2000) Lion’s Gate Entertainment
Dir: Michael Radford

(with Daryl Hannah, Sandra Oh, Jennifer Tilly)


SPLENDOR (1999) Columbia Tristar / Summit Entertainment
Dir: Gregg Araki

(with Kelly Macdonald)


A TEXAS FUNERAL (1999) Lion’s Gate Entertainment
Dir: W Blake Herron
(with Martin Sheen, Chris Noth)


DEBT COLLECTOR (1999) Film Four

Dir: Anthony Neilsen
(with Billy Connolly, Francesca Annis)


GRIDLOCK’D (1997) Gramercy / Polygram Filmed Entertainment
Dir: Vondie Curtis Hall
(with Tupac Shakur, Thandie Newton, Tim Roth)


WELCOME TO SARAJEVO (1997) Miramax / Film Four

Dir. Michael Winterbottom / Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce

(with Woody Harrelson, Marisa Tomei)


DEAD WEEKEND (1995) Showtime (Executive Producer)
Dir: Amos Poe
(with Stephen Baldwin)


RUBIN & ED (1991) Columbia TriStar (Co-Producer)
Dir: Trent Harris
(with Crispin Glover)



Dir: Pete Hewitt (BAFTA 1990)