Ken Loach

Ken Loach Kenneth Charles Loach (born 17 June 1936) is a British film director and screenwriter. His socially critical directing style and socialism are evident in his film treatment of social issues such as poverty (''Poor Cow'', 1967), homelessness (''Cathy Come Home'', 1966), and labour rights (''Riff-Raff'', 1991, and ''The Navigators'', 2001).

Loach's film ''Kes'' (1969) was voted the seventh-greatest British film of the 20th century in a poll by the British Film Institute. Two of his films, ''The Wind That Shakes the Barley'' (2006) and ''I, Daniel Blake'' (2016), received the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, making him one of only nine filmmakers to win the award twice. Loach also holds the record for most films in the main competition at Cannes, with fifteen films. Provided by Wikipedia

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