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Elliott Simon Hasler (born 29 July 2000) is an English film director and screenwriter. Hasler began his career with his debut feature WWII: The Long Road Home. His second feature, Vindication Swim, centres around the story of Mercedes Gleitze and her attempt to become the first British woman to swim the English Channel.
Having never received any formal teaching in relation to filmmaking, Hasler began his career aged fourteen with the production of WWII: The Long Road Home. The film took three years to make and centred upon the story of Hasler's great-grandfather who was an escaped Prisoner of war|prisoner-of-war in Italy during the World War II|Second World War. Completed in 2017 when Hasler was sixteen years old, the film made him the youngest feature film director in the UK. The film was released to critical acclaim, praised by critics for the scope and scale of the project in relation to Hasler's age, with critic Graham Fuller citing Hasler as "maybe the next Spielberg".
Following WWII: The Long Road Home, Hasler made a series of short films, including To Hunt a Tiger, which premiered on Soneva Jani's over-water cinema in the Maldives.
Hasler was born in Brighton, East Sussex, England. He is of Italian descent on his father's side and is currently studying history at Exeter University.
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