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Ian McEwan

Book Rights, Writer

    About Ian McEwan

    Ian McEwan is a British novelist and screenwriter, and one of Britain’s most highly regarded writers. Ian’s most recent novel, LESSONS, was published in 2022.

    In 1997, he published ENDURING LOVE, which was later made into a film starring Daniel Craig. He won the Man Booker Prize with AMSTERDAM (1998). In 2001, he published ATONEMENT, which was made into an Oscar-winning film. In 2011, he was awarded the Jerusalem Prize. SWEET TOOTH was published in 2012, and THE CHILDREN ACT was published in 2014.

    Film

      • Production
      • Company
      • Notes
      • ON CHESIL BEACH
      • Number 9 Films
      • Directed by Dominic Cooke
      • THE CHILDREN ACT
      • Duncan Kenworthy
      • Starring Emma Thompson and Stanley Tucci
      • THE GOOD SON
      • Joseph Ruben and Mary Ann Page
      • Starring Macaulay Culkin
      • THE INNOCENT
      • Norma Heyman
      • Based on his 1990 novel of the same name
      • SOURSWEET
      • Roger Randall-Cutler
      • Adapted from the novel from the 1982 novel Sour Sweet by Timothy Mo
      • LAST DAY OF THE SUMMER
      • Nigel Stafford-Clark
      • Directed by Derek Banham
      • THE PLOUGHMAN'S LUNCH
      • Goldcrest Films
      • Directed by Richard Eyre, starring Jonathan Pryce, Tim Curry and Rosemary Harris