Stephen Haren

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Born
Dublin,
NationalityIrish
CitizenshipIreland
Alma mater
  • Methodist College Belfast
  • University of Warwick
Occupation
  • Film and Television Editor
  • Producer

Stephen Haren is a London-based film and television editor[1] and producer.[2] He was born in Dublin, and educated at Methodist College Belfast, before attending the University of Warwick. He has been British Academy of Film and Television Arts,[3] and his work has played at numerous major film festivals worldwide.

Stephen began his career as an Assistant Editor on feature films such as Nanny McPhee, The Last King of Scotland (film), and Nowhere Boy.

His recent work includes feature Eternal Beauty[4] starring Sally Hawkins (BIFA nominated) and His Dark Materials (TV series)[5] for HBO and BBC. He received BAFTA Cymru Best Editing nominations[6] for both.

His work on Eternal Beauty was his second collaboration with director Craig Roberts, after his debut Just Jim (2015 film).

Other feature film credits of note include Sometimes Always Never, starring Bill Nighy, and BAFTA-nominated titles Northern Soul (film), and Kingdom of Us.

On His Dark Materials (TV series), Stephen was also a Co-Producer for season 1, and a Producer for season 2.[7]

Other television credits include BAFTA-nominated mini-series Mrs Wilson, and Emmy-nominated Black Mirror and Misfits (TV series).

Filmography

Year Film Director Role Notes
2020 His Dark Materials Jamie Childs

Tom Hooper

Otto Bathurst

Editor

Co-Producer

Producer

BAFTA nominated
2019 Eternal Beauty Craig Roberts Editor BAFTA nominated
2018 Mrs Wilson Richard Laxton Editor
2018 Sometimes Always Never Carl Hunter Editor
2017 Black Mirror Colm McCarthy Editor
2017 Kingdom of Us Lucy Cohen Editor
2016 Ordinary World Lee Kirk Editor
2015 Just Jim Craig Roberts Editor
2014 Our Girl Anthony Philipson Editor
2014 Northern Soul Elaine Constantine Editor
2013 Misfits Lawrence Gough Editor
2012 Spike Island Mat Whitecross Assembly Editor
2011 The Eagle Kevin Macdonald First Assistant Editor
2009 Nowhere Boy Sam Taylor-Johnson First Assistant Editor
2009 44 Inch Chest Malcolm Venville First Assistant Editor
2006 The Last King of Scotland Kevin Macdonald Assistant Editor
2005 Nanny McPhee Kirk Jones Editing Trainee

References

  1. "avidblogs.com". Avidblogs.com. Whole article on Stephen Haren.
  2. "BBC Website". BBC. In 'credits' section.
  3. "BAFTA". BAFTA. Under 'Nominees'.
  4. "Variety". Variety. Bottom of article in 'crew' section.
  5. "BBC website". BBC. Bottom of article under 'credits'.
  6. "BAFTA". BAFTA.
  7. "Deadline.com". Deadline.com.

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