Niall Johnson studied film and drama at Bristol, graduating with a first class BA honors degree in 1987. Johnson spent the next decade working in various capacities in the British film industry until 1998, when he wrote and directed The Big Swap for Intermedia. Since then, he has focused mainly on writing, having scripted the TV movie The Ghost of Greville Lodge and the TV series Legend of the Hidden City. Switching his focus to features he wrote White Noise on spec in 2002, which was optioned and made in 2003 by Gold Circle Films. Johnson now has a number of film projects in development including Before, a supernatural thriller for Mostow/Lieberman Films; Trunk and William Tell for Tusk Productions; The Gatecrasher for Meteor Pictures; and Angel Face for New Town Films.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
Niall Johnson Facts
|Keeping Mum (2005) as Writer-Director|
|White Noise (2004) as Writer|
|The Ghost of Greville Lodge (2000) as Writer-Director|
|The Big Swap (1998) as Writer-Director|