Tim Fraser-Granados is a German-born Scottish filmmaker who lives with his husband Michael in Edinburgh. Films have been Tim's biggest passion since childhood when he first saw Chaplin's Gold Rush at a secondary school screening (although he prefers Buster Keaton to Chaplin). Other influential films include his all-time favourite, Mysteries of Lisbon, Kiss Me Deadly, Alien (which he first watched when he was eight years old), The Red Shoes, My Man Godfrey, Johnny Guitar, The Killer, Le Samourai, High and Low, the Lone Wolf & Cub series and Mulholland Drive. In 2011, Tim decided to pursue filmmaking in his free time and made the short films The Poet Dreaming Of The City Of Light (director, editor & cinematographer), The Sleeper (writer, director, editor & cinematographer) and Their Dreams of Lisbon (writer, director, editor & cinematographer). Blood's A Rover is his first feature film. He is the executive producer, writer, director, editor, cinematographer, sound designer and mixer.