Darren Paul Fisher is a film writer, director, producer and educator. Darren made his feature film debut writing, producing and directing the innovative micro-budget Inbetweeners. Released by Universal, it became the first fully digital film ever to play the UK multiplexes. His second feature as writer/director, the teen romantic-comedy Popcorn was a modest international success and his third feature, The Manual is currently in post-production. Written, directed and produced by Darren, it is described as the world’s first scientific-philosophical romance.
Heavily involved in film education and training, Darren has been invited to sit on panels and teach at institutions all over the world. He also occasionally speaks as a film pundit and summariser on UK TV and was one of the few filmmakers asked to make a short film as a part of London’s successful bid for the Olympic games.
Currently Darren is writing and producing the Australian feature comedy Meter Maids with Stewart-Wall Entertainment (producers of the hugely successful Dr. Who spin-off series K-9). He has also recently taken up a position as Teaching Fellow at Bond University, Australia’s highest rated university.