Mike Lè Han
Mike Le Han is an English writer and director. He started his career in music during the early 90’s working as a session musician and freelance tutor. He was introduced to film in 1997 when he wrote and directed a short. Le Han’s work was nominated for two Royal Television Society Awards in 2009.
Le Han has directed many docudrama productions between 1997 and 2009. His work was nominated for two RTS Awards in 2009 when he directed The Great Train Robbery and Crimes That Shook Britain for Manchester based production company Title Role. Le Han has also directed several high profile commercials for varying car manufactures.
In 2010 Le Han co-wrote with Helen Rigby Mrs Peppercorn’s Magical Reading Room and completed filming in May of the same year. The trailer for the film won Best Trailer for an Un-Produced movie at the International Movie Trailer Festival in Los Angeles. The finished short with crime-novelist Martina Cole functioning as executive producer premiered March 2011 to an invite-only audience at BAFTA in London and is being reworked into a feature.