Tony Grisoni is a multi award winning British scriptwriter. He’s the creator of miniseries SOUTHCLIFFE (2013), the co-writer and executive producer of THE YOUNG POPE (2016) which Paolo Sorrentino directed with Jude Law in the title role. In the supernatural genre Grisoni’s recent work include the standalone episode CRAZY DIAMOND (2017) for the anthology series of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, a series adaptation of China Mieville’s THE CITY & THE CITY (2018) and the of screenplay THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE (2018), which Grisoni co-wrote with the film’s director Terry Gilliam. Grisoni and Gilliam earlier projects include FEAR & LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS (1998) and TIDELAND (2005). Grisonis first and award winning feature QUEEN OF HEARTS (1989) was directed by Jon Amiel. His three films based on David Peace’s “Yorkshire noir” quartet RED RIDING (2009) were directed by Julian Jarrold, James Marsh and Anand Tucker. Grisoni co-wrote Samantha Morton’s directorial debut THE UNLOVED (2009) with Morton and co-created VANISHED – A VIDEO SÉANCE (1999) with performance artist and poet Brian Catling. He’s also collaborated with visual artists such as Oona Grimes and Dryden Goodwin.