Bronwen Hughes

Bronwen Hughes is a Canadian film director.[1] She was born in Toronto. A graduate of the Department of Film, York University she has directed commercials and feature films. Since 2006 most of her work has been in television directing.

Bronwen Hughes
OccupationTelevision director, film director, screenwriter
Years active1985–present
Partner(s)Egidio Coccimiglio[1]



Year Title Notes
1986 Confidential Editor
1987 Caribe Art director
1996 Harriet the Spy Director
1999 Forces of Nature Director
2000 Woman on Top Executive producer
2003 Stander Director and music supervisor
2013 Over/Under Director
2016 The Journey Is the Destination Director and writer


Year Title Notes
1994 The Kids in the Hall Director, 3 episodes
2006-2007 The L Word Director, 3 episodes
2008 Breaking Bad Director, episode "Crazy Handful of Nothin'"
Burn Notice Director, episode "Bad Blood"
2009 Royal Pains Director, episode "Crazy Love"
White Collar Director, episode "Pilot"
2009-2011 Hung Director, 4 episodes
2011 Fairly Legal Director, episode "Pilot"
2013-2015 Motive Director (3 episodes), executive producer (13 episodes)
2014 Black Box (TV series) Director, 2 episodes
The Mysteries of Laura Director, episode "The Mystery of the Sex Scandal"
Stalker Director, episode "Manhunt"
2015 Allegiance Director, episode "Blowback"
Teen Wolf Director, episode "Condition Terminal"
2016 Damien Director, episode "The Number of a Man"
Shut Eye Director, episode "Five of Cups"
2016-2017 Hawaii Five-0 Director, 3 episodes
2017 24: Legacy Director, 2 episodes
Queen of the South Director, episode "Sacar Con Sifón el Mar"
The Good Doctor Director, episode "Intangibles"
2017-2018 Berlin Station Director, 4 episodes
2018-2019 The Resident Director, 3 episodes
2019 13 Reasons Why Director, 2 episodes
All Rise Director, episode "A View from the Bus"
2020 Dare Me Director, episode "Scorched Earth"
Better Call Saul Director, episode "Magic Man"
The Walking Dead Director, episode "Stalker
Magnum P.I. Director, episode "Farewell to Love"
Away Director, 2 episodes
TBA Resident Evil Director (2 episodes), executive producer (8 episodes)


  • 25th Genie Award (2005): nominated for Best Achievement in Direction for Stander


  1. ^ a b c Durbin, Karen (1 August 2004). "FILM; Playing Hard to Get, In Hollywood Terms". The New York Times.

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