Rowan Woods made his feature film debut with The Boys, starring Toni Collette and David Wenham. The film was nominated for 9 AFI Awards, winning 4 including Best Director.
Rowan's acclaimed second feature, Little Fish, starring Cate Blanchett, Sam Neill and Hugo Weaving was nominated for 13 AFI Awards, 11 FCCA Awards and 8 IF Awards - including Best Film and Best Director.
His first US feature, Fragments aka Winged Creatures is currently screening and stars Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Hudson, Guy Pearce and Oscar winner Forest Whitaker.
Rowan's television credits include Police Rescue, Fireflies, Do or Die, Farscape (Sci-Fi Network USA) and most recently the ABC tele-movie 3 Acts of Murder written by Ian David, which broadcast on the ABC in June 2009.
Rowan is currently directing the Sam Raimi produced US series Spartacus. He has several feature projects in development including a Stephen Sewell adaptation of It Just Stopped and a large-scale fantasy/adventure project slated for production in 2010.