Jonathan Glazer


Jonathan Glazer

Jonathan first found fame for his revolutionary work on Radiohead’s ‘Street Spirit’ and Jamiroquai’s multi-MTV award winning ‘Virtual Insanity’ video.

In 1999 he directed the ground-breaking Guinness ‘Surfer’, which picked up 2 D&AD Black Pencils and the top spot at most of the other awards festivals that year. The film still tops many lists as one of the best commercials of all time.

Jonathan has made iconic commercials for Stella Artois, Levis, Nike, Sony, Volkswagen, Channel 4, Wrangler and many others.  

In 2000 Jonathan directed Sexy Beast which was nominated for Best British Film by BAFTA. This was followed 4 years later with Birth, staring Nicole Kidman and Lauren Bacall. His 2014 film, Under The Skin stars Scarlett Johansson and is an adaptation of Michel Faber's 2000 novel of the same name. Under The Skin received 2 BAFTA nominations and won critical acclaim as a 'landmark in filmmaking'.

Towards the end of 2019, without warning the BBC aired short film 'The Fall', a collaboration between Jonathan and the BBC.  The film found its inspiration in Goya's painting, 'The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters' and a hunting photograph of Donald Trump's two sons posing with a dead leopard.