Tim Sutton

Tim Sutton is the writer and director of four critically acclaimed feature films: Pavilion (2012), Memphis (2014), Dark Night (2016), Donnybrook (2018) and, most recently, Funny Face, which world premiered at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and is out April 2 through Gravitas Ventures. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two sons.

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Vengeance and Pickles, or Why My First New York Movie is Really All About Food

By Tim Sutton | March 31, 2021

Vengeance and Pickles, or Why My First New York Movie is Really All About Food

When Tim Sutton set his new movie Funny Face in NYC, he knew it had to be a celebration of the city's diverse culinary pleasures.

Horrific and Spectacular: On Claire Denis’ High Life

By Tim Sutton | April 15, 2019

Horrific and Spectacular: On Claire Denis’ High Life

Donnybrook writer-director Tim Sutton shares his feelings about the awe-inspiring and challenging new film by the French auteur.

Tim Sutton (Pavilion) Talks Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction

By Tim Sutton | June 30, 2014

Tim Sutton (Pavilion) Talks Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction

One of the greatest artists in the history of the universe, Thelonious Monk, was once asked why his compositions were so complex, so dense...