Charlie Hill-Smith is a British director, producer, and screenwriter whose career spans over three decades. He is best known for directing the critically acclaimed films The Descent and Dog Soldiers.
Hill-Smith was born in London in 1965, and was raised in the city's East End. He developed an interest in filmmaking at an early age, and began making short films and videos on Super 8 and 16mm film with his friends. After studying film at university, he began his professional career as a production assistant on television commercials before moving into directing music videos.
In 1999, Hill-Smith made his feature film debut with the horror movie Dog Soldiers. The film, which follows a group of British soldiers who find themselves in the middle of a werewolf hunt, was well-received by critics and fans alike. His next film, The Descent, was a critical and commercial success, and was nominated for multiple awards.
In the years since, Hill-Smith has worked on a variety of projects, including television series, feature films, and documentaries. His most recent feature film, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, was released in 2016.
Throughout his career, Hill-Smith has been praised for his unique visual style and his ability to create suspense and tension. He has also been praised for his ability to evoke emotion and bring his characters to life.
Hill-Smith is currently living in London and is working on his next project. He continues to be a respected and sought-after director in the industry.