Vanity fair / dir. by Marc Munden ; dramatised by Andrew Davies ; from the novel by William Thackery
Marc Munden
Author of screenplay
Andrew Davies 1936-
Based on the work of
William Makepeace Thackeray
BBC Worldwide, 1999 | Other editions
2 dvd-video's
Playing time
ca. 321 min.
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling : Engels voor slechthorenden

Availability in Flemish libraries

About Marc Munden

Marc Munden is an English film director best known for his work on Utopia, National Treasure and The Mark of Cain among others.


Munden began his career as an assistant to Mike Leigh, Derek Jarman, and Terence Davies before directing documentaries for television at the BBC.

His first film, Bermondsey Boy (1991), was a documentary examining some of the myths of masculinity, which won a Silver Plaque at the Chicago International Film Festival and was nominated for the BFI Award for Innovation.

In 2007 Munden directed The Mark of Cain, picking up the BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama and earning Munden his first nomination for Best Director. He also received BAFTA nominations for The Devil's Whore (2009) and The Crimson Petal and the White (2011).

Munden went on to direct the cult hit Utopia (2013–2014). The series received high praise for its striking vi…Read more on Wikipedia