Hines, Ricahrd

Born and raised in a South Yorkshire mining village, Richard Hines was destined to follow in his father's footsteps working in the pits. That is until the day he stumbled upon a nest of kestrels. His experiences inspired his brother Barry's classic novel A Kestrel for a Knave and Richard found himself training the kestrels in Ken Loach's iconic film Kes. Richard currently lives in Sheffield and has spent most of his career as a producer/director, making documentary films for Channel 4 and BBC 2, and as a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University.

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