Craig Viveiros is a British/Portuguese television and film director, whose notable credits include the BBC's 2015 adaptation of Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, serial killer drama Rillington Place, and Mammoth Screen's adaptation of The War of the Worlds.
In 2016, Craig was nominated for Best Director at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Craft and Design Awards for his work on And Then There Were None. His 2012 feature film, The Liability, was nominated for Best Feature Film at Torino Film Festival. His 2011 feature film, Ghosted, won Best Director[better source needed] at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, and the film was nominated for Best Feature Film at the Torino Film Festival, with lead actor, Martin Compston, winning Best Actor.
- The Watch (2021)
- The War of the Worlds (mini series) (2019)
- Tin Star
- "Fortunate Boy" (2017)
- Rillington Place (mini series) (2016)
- And Then There Were None (mini series) (2015)
- X Company
- "Quislings" (2015)
- "Into the Fire" (2015)
- Silent Witness
- "Falling Angels: Part 1" (2015)
- "Falling Angels: Part 2" (2015)
- "In a Lonely Place: Part 1" (2014)
- "In a Lonely Place: Part 2" (2014)
- "Rocket" (2013)
- The Liability (2012)
- Ghosted (2011)
- "Serial Killer Drama 'Rillington Place' Condemns Midcentury English Patriarchy". 2018-02-14.
- "Eleanor Tomlinson and Rafe Spall begin filming War of the Worlds series". 2018-04-05.
- "Nominations for RTS Craft & Design Awards 2016 announced". November 2016.
- "The Liability".
- "Quartet, Ginger & Rosa to bookend Torino Film Festival".
- "Ghosted di Craig Viveiros – Torino film Festival 29 – Concorso". 2011-12-14.
- "Quirky Icelandic Comedy Takes Turin Film Festival's Top Prize".
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