Michael Caton-Jones (director of Shooting Dogs)
Born in Scotland in 1958, Michael Caton-Jones attended the National Film School in London. His directorial debut was "Scandal" (1989), which dealt with the famed Profumo spy scandal for which he won critical acclaim.
He went on to direct the 1990 film "Memphis Belle" and then "Doc Hollywood" with Michael J Fox. Other directorial credits include "This Boy's Life", "Rob Roy", and "The Jackal".
"Shooting Dogs" is a passionate project for Michael and all those who have worked on the film.
Michael Caton-Jones on-set
Michael and David Belton (producer)