James Bond DirectorsThis is a featured page

Behind the Camera Home | Producers | Directors | Screenwriters | Sets | Composers | Stuntmen
Pinewood Studios | Documentaries

James Bond films have been fortunate to have a number of world-class directors at the helm throughout the production. Here's where you'll find the background for each of the directors and descriptions of how they contributed to the Bond series and the mythos of James Bond.

The first 16 Bond films were lead by only 5 directors. Each one of them helped shape the character of Bond in different ways. Starting with Goldeneye in 1995, "musical directors' chairs" has been the preferred model for the Brosnan era and Daniel Craig's first two films, but Martin Campbell came back for Casino Royale 11 years after he directed GoldenEye, and Sam Mendes directed SPECTRE following the tremendous success of Skyfall.


James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki












James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki












James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki












James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki
James Bond Directors - James Bond Wiki

















DaltonCraigRules
DaltonCraigRules
Latest page update: made by DaltonCraigRules , Yesterday, 7:17 PM EDT (about this update About This Update DaltonCraigRules Edited by DaltonCraigRules


view changes

- complete history)
Keyword tags: bond directors peter hunt
More Info: links to this page
There are no threads for this page.  Be the first to start a new thread.

Related Content

  (what's this?Related ContentThanks to keyword tags, links to related pages and threads are added to the bottom of your pages. Up to 15 links are shown, determined by matching tags and by how recently the content was updated; keeping the most current at the top. Share your feedback on WikiFoundry Central.)