Since The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 was released in December 2011, we’ve seen a surge of interest in the work of director Robert Pattinson. The British director’s latest project is Nine-Eleven, a film he co-wrote and co-produced. We’ve compiled a list of the best films by Pattinson.

Pattinson’s Trickster Films

Robert Pattinson made his name with the comedy films 21 Jump Street and Hot Fuzz. The latter of which was highly acclaimed upon its release in 2012. At the 2014 BAFTA Awards, Hot Fuzz won the award for Best British Comedy and was nominated for Best International Comedy. In 2011, Pattinson directed, co-wrote, and starred in the comedy drama The Believer. The film follows a New York City art dealer (Pattinson) who travels to Lagos, Nigeria to track down one of his most wanted paintings by an African artist.

The Human Documentary

In 2012, Pattinson returned to the comedy genre with the darkly comic but earnest docudrama The Lost Girl. The film is a quirky, funny exploration of identity and relationships. It tells the story of three British men – Steve (Pattinson), Lee (Simon Pegg), and Joe (Toby Kebbell) – who travel to Thailand in the pursuit of an adventurous holiday. What they find is an unexpected mix of culture and chaos.

During the making of The Lost Girl, Pattinson worked with award-winning editors Michael Urban and Kate O’Hara on the documentary Eleven. The film is a fascinating hybrid – part film, part interactive documentary. Viewers are taken on a journey through time and space, as the story of the 2001 terrorist attacks is uncovered through never before seen archive footage. An immersive experience like no other, Eleven is essential viewing for anyone who enjoys documentaries about history and current events.

Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies is another exceptional gem from the director of Twilight. The film follows Twi-hard star Jesse (John Malkovich) as he tries to find romance and adventure in Los Angeles – the exact opposite of what he went there for. It’s a bittersweet comedy about love and mortality. The film also stars Demi Moore, Jessica Alba, and Richard Jenkins. The movie is set for release on June 20th.

The Madness of King George

The Madness of King George is the first English-language film to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. It achieved this feat back in 1948, meaning it has been recently rediscovered by cinephiles and revived by Hollywood. King George is a black-and-white comedy about King George (the Prince of Wales) and the English madcap inventor Lord Bertie (Alec Guinness) as they try to outwit each other and keep England amused during Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee.

What will become of TWILIGHT?

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 brought in an estimated $140 million at the worldwide box office. The fifth and final part in the series premieres in theaters on November 18th. Since then, Summit Entertainment and Twilights director Bill Condon have teased fans with hints and teases about a 2021 theatrical release date for the series finale. No other details have been announced, but given Bill Condon’s past successes on the big screen, we’re confident the final installment of the Twilight franchise will be an event.