ELEANOR YULE is a British Film and TV writer/director. Her work includes the critically acclaimed OMNIBUS on French painter Pierre Bonnard and a series of films with ex - Python, Michael Palin, about overlooked painters. MICHAEL PALIN AND THE MYSTERY OF HAMMERSHOI, for BBC 1, inspired an exhibition at the Royal Academy in London and was nominated for both BAFTA and FIFA (Festival of Arts in Montreal). She also writes and directs for the theatre and cinema. Her first feature film BLINDED, a dark love story, starring Peter Mullan and Jodhi May, played in competition at film festivals all over the world including Edinburgh (Michael Powell award), Taormina, Istanbul and Moscow. Last year she directed two comedies, DESPERATE FISHWIVES, and, LOVE CAKE, a sweet Romance. This year she completed her most recent documentary 'THE MISSING', (trailed here) a thought provoking film inspired by Andrew O'Hagan's novel.