Matthew Parkhill

Matthew Parkhill’s first feature film as writer and director, dot the i, starred Gael García Bernal, Tom Hardy and Charlie Cox. It was selected for the prestigious Premiere Section at the Sundance Film Festival and won the Audience Award at the Deauville Film Festival.


His second feature, The Caller, premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival and screened at Berlin, where North American rights were snapped up by Sony Pictures, while Universal took the UK. Shot in Puerto Rico, the supernatural thriller stars Rachelle Lefevre, Stephen Moyer and Luis Guzmán. It was also selected for the Sitges Film Festival, the Busan Film Festival and Film Four’s Fright Fest.


Matthew created and showran the US TV series Rogue starring Thandie Newton and Cole Hauser, which ran for 50 Episodes between 2013-2017.