Chris Crow

Chris Crow is a Welsh BAFTA nominated Writer / Director who has Directed 5 feature films to date; ‘Devil’s Bridge’, ‘Panic Button’, ‘Viking: The Darkest Day’‘The Lighthouse’ and most recently ‘The Ballad Of Billy McCrae’.

Chris completed his debut feature film ‘Devil’s Bridge’ – a stark, brutal Thriller in 2010, it has been dubbed ‘A British Deliverance’ by critics. Chris then directed the Thriller ‘Panic Button‘ in late 2010 which was premiered at Film 4 Frightfest in 2011 and was described by Sky Movies as ‘British horror at its bloody best’. In 2012 Chris directed ‘Viking: The Darkest Day’ – a brutal tale set against the first Viking attack on Lindisfarne in 793 A.D.

In late 2015 Chris directed the Period Thriller ‘The Lighthouse’ (BBC FILMS, BFI, S4C, FFCW) which was based on the notorious Smalls Island incident of 1801, the film was released in Summer 2016 and was nominated for 5 BAFTA Cymru awards: Director – Chris Crow, Actor – Mark Lewis Jones, Editing – John Gillanders, Photography and Lighting – Alex Metcalfe, and Dogs Of Annwn – Special and Visual Effects, Titles and Graphic Identity.

In 2021 Chris completed the Neo-Noir Thriller ‘The Ballad Of Billy McCrae’ Written by Philip Palmer and Produced by Michael Riley for Cymru Films / Sterling Pictures. He Directed the proof of concept for Severn Screen’s ‘The Trap’ and was Second Unit Director on the ITV three part Drama ‘The Pembrokeshire Murders’ (World Productions / Severn Screen)

Chris is currently developing a contemporary adaptation of M.R. James’ classic ghost story ‘A Warning To The Curious’ and the dystopian sci-fi ‘Rogue’ with Michael Riley (Sterling Pictures) and is attached to Direct ‘Iniquity’ written by Writer/Actor Russell Broad which tells the true story of Dic Penderyn and the Merthyr Uprising of 1831.