Henry Scriven is a writer and director of films, commercials, TV and music videos. 

After his first short film premiered at the BFI London Future Film Festival, he shot How to Become a Criminal Mastermind, his debut feature film, at the age of 25. The film won the Best Director award at the Green Bay Film Festival & the Best Low Budget Film Award at the London Independent Film Festival. 

These films led him to commercials & branded content where he directed for organisations including Coca Cola, Barclays, Boeing, Glenfiddich, Harley Davidson and WWF. 

His latest short film The Fox was funded by Film Earls Court and screened at Vue cinemas as part of a scheme in association with the BFI & Film London. 

Henry is represented by Michelle McGivern at Wright & Murray. He has a slate of feature films in development.