The above picture shows Sophie Fiennes with her two famous actor brothers Joe and Ralph. But Sophie has a career in her own right.

Sophia Victoria, called Sophie, is a film producer and director, and an art director for photographic shoots. Back in 1987, when she was 19, she worked as a location manager on Peter Greenaway's Drowning By Numbers. She served as second assistant director on the Peter Greenaway film Prospero's Books and as art director for Greenaway's The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover.
She has directed several documentaries, including one about her friend Michael Clark, the Scottish dancer ("one of the most vulnerable and repressed people I know"), whom she helped tend when he was recovering from his heroin addiction.
She also was director of the short film Lars From 1-10 and associate producer on the films Crush Proof and Onegin. She was awarded a 61,000 (US$90,000) fellowship from the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts.
Her current projects include two feature documentaries: Hoover Street Revival and Because I Sing (a meta-film on a unique performance event devised by Arkangel for Channel 4). Hoover Street Revival which was shown on the Locarno Festival in early August 2002 and then went on to the Edinbugrh Film Festival on 22/23 August 2002, is a one-hour documentary set in South Central Los Angeles which focuses on Bishop Noel Jones, the charismatic preacher of the Greater Bethany Community Church, and the community he inspires.

"Everyone Say Amen"

"Extending the boundaries of film"

"Spreading the word"

Three reviews of Hoover Street Revival