Harry Hitchens - Filmmaker

Harry Hitchens is a southern Royal Television Society and British Independent Film Festival award winning filmmaker and writer. He was recently selected for BFI Network x BAFTA Crew 2021, a mentorship scheme for the next generation of the British film industry.

Harry directed his debut feature length documentary ‘Breakthrough’ - a global film looking at the obstacles to living a creative life and how to overcome them. The film shot across 3 continents and closely examined the art world from starving musicians to globally acclaimed fine artists. 

Harry also devotes a lot of his time to activism. He is the co-founder of Ban Conversion Therapy, a campaign which works with the UK's leading LGBT and human rights organisations to bring about a comprehensive ban of the vile practice.

2020 projects have included campaigns for Deloitte, Team GB and Comic Relief. As well as the release of 'Don't Think Twice' - a short documentary about life, death and music with songs by Bob Dylan.

He's made documentaries and series for Channel 4, Sky1, Jacksgap and held more formal positions such as Head of UK Production for Vertical Networks developing content for Snapchat Originals. As well as his own personal projects Harry produces and directs non-fiction film internationally through his production studio, Everyday.


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