Sarah Gavron directed ROCKS working in a close collaboration with the Associate Director, Anu Henriques and the creative team and cast.
In 2015 Sarah’s feature film SUFFRAGETTE for Ruby Films, Pathe, Film4 and the BFI was released. Before SUFFRAGETTE, Sarah's feature debut was BRICK LANE, which earned her a BAFTA nomination and The Alfred Dunhill Talent Award at the London Film Festival. Prior to this, Sarah's first full length drama, the Dennis Potter Award winning, THIS LITTLE LIFE for BBC TV, won her the TV BAFTA for Best New Director and both the Royal Television Society and Women in Film and TV Award, for Best Newcomer. While training at the NFTS and after Sarah made many short films which have screened internationally. Sarah’s feature documentary THE VILLAGE AT THE END OF THE WORLD 2013 was nominated for The Grierson Award and won the Margaret Mead Award. In her early career, after completing an English degree, Sarah worked on documentaries for the BBC and Channel Four.