Nick Love (born 24 December 1969) is an English film director and writer. His credits include the films The Football Factory, The Business, Goodbye Charlie Bright, Outlaw, The Sweeney, and a 2009 remake of football hooliganism drama The Firm.
Love attended the Bournemouth Film School at the age of 24.
Love wrote and directed The Football Factory in 2004. The film was based on a book by John King.
In 2005, Love directed the film The Business, which reflects the 1980s Costa Del Crime era. It was all taken from what he had read and heard from others about that particular time.
In 2007, Love produced the vigilante movie Outlaw.
On 1 August 2012, Love's film The Sweeney made its world premiere at the opening of the Locarno International Film Festival in Switzerland. The film is based on the British televisi…Read more on Wikipedia