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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Venom (1981) as 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)

Editing (feature film)

2.
Guantanamero (2007)
A chilling insight into the mind of a captive at Guantanamo Bay prison, as he struggles to separate fantasy from reality. Plunged into the music, color, and romance of the vibrant culture of Havana, he tries to discover who he was and who he has become.
3.
Kings X (2007)
Colin Manks is a sharp, smooth talking, up-market low life whose narcissism leads him to record his life on his camera phone for posterity. He falls for Hattie, an Essex girl property agent whose crooked boss has her doing dodgy deals she's too naive and self important to question. But when both of
4.
The Very Thought of You (1999) as Editor
An American woman leaves her fast life in New York and moves to London on a whim. There she meets three men who are all friends and as she dates each one, their friendships are put to the test and their lives are changed.
5.
Neverending Story III, The (1997) as Editor
Bastian brings several of his friends from Fantasia to the human world to help him and his new step-sister in their fight against "The Nasties," who have stolen The Neverending Story book and are threatening to destroy Fantasia.
6.
Wilde (1997) as Editor
Story of Oscar Wilde.
7.
Victory (1997) as Editor
Set in 1913 from the Joseph Conrad classic, the sole white resident of an East Indian island has an ill-fated love affair with a local itinerant musician and must defend his island homeland against three insidious intruders.
8.
Zelda (1993) as Editor
Dramatization of the lives of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
9.
Fools of Fortune (1990) as Editor
After his family and ancestral home are destroyed by the British Army at the onset of the Irish war of independence, a withdrawn young man bides his time until he can exact revenge.
10.
Henry V (1989) as Editor
Screen version of Shakespeare's historical play.
11.
Stars & Bars (1988) as Editor
An englishman is sent to America to buy a Renoir, but befreinds a group of hicks.
12.
High Spirits (1988) as Editor
Trying to drum up tourist business, a castle owner advertises his estate as haunted and has his staff dress up as ghosts. The surprise twist is that as soon as the fake ghosts appear, so do the real ones.
13.
Aria (1987) as Editor ("Turandot")
14.
Gothic (1986) as Editor
June 16, 1816. At the Villa Diodati on the shores of Lake Geneva, the exiled poet Lord Byron and his biographer-physician Polidori play host to Shelley, his lover Mary Godwin, and her half-sister Claire. Based very loosely on the memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.
15.
Defence of the Realm (1986) as Editor
16.
Absolute Beginners (1986) as Editor
A young photographer seeks media stardom to keep the love of a beautiful model.
17.
Cal (1984) as Editor
A sensitive Belfast boy, manipulated into violence by the IRA and persecuted by Catholic-haters finds a temporary haven -- first working on a country estate, and later in the arms of an Italian widow until political and religious retribution catches up with him.
18.
Scandalous (1984) as Editor
19.
Local Hero (1983) as Editor
An American executive gets involved with the inhabitants of a Scottish village he's scouting for a new refinery.
20.
I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can (1982) as Editor
A successful business woman battles her addiction to tranquilizers.
21.
Venom (1981) as Editor
22.
Breaking Glass (1980) as Editor
23.
Scum (1979) as Editor
This is the hard and shocking story of life in a British Borstal for young offenders. Luckily the regime has changed since this film was made. The brutal regime made no attempt to reform or improve the inmates and actively encouraged a power struggle between the 'tough' new inmate and the 'old hands'. The film was originally made as a BBC play but it was banned before ever being shown. So 'Alan Clarke' and Roy Minton got it re-made as a film. This is a tough and brutal film and should not be viewed lightly.
24.
That Summer (1979) as Editor
Four girls from London travel to the coast in order to find work in one of the towns there during summer. Working there they get in trouble with a youth gang.
25.
The Duellists (1978) as Editor Supervisor
During the Napoleonic wars, two French officers fight a series of duels with each other.
26.
Jabberwocky (1977) as Editor
After the death of his father the young cooper 'Dennis Cooper' goes to town where he has to pass several adventures. The town and the whole kingdom is threatened by a terrible monster called 'Jabberwocky'. Will Dennis make his fortune? Is anyone brave enough to defeat the monster? A medieval tale with Pythonesque humour.
27.
Swallows and Amazons (1977) as Editor
On holiday with their mother in the Lake District in 1929 four children are allowed to sail over to the nearby island in their boat Swallow and set up camp for a few days. They soon realise this has been the territory of two other girls who sail the Amazon, and the scene is set for serious rivalry.
28.
That'll Be the Day (1974) as Editor
Abandoned by his father at an early age, Jim MacLaine seems to have inherited the old man's restlessness. Despite his apparent intelligence, Jim decides not to take the exams that would pave his way to university. He lives, for a time, a life consisting of dead-end jobs and meaningless sex, before returning home to work in his mother's shop. But still he can't settle down; he begins to think that the life of a pop musician might be the thing for him.
29.
Mahler (1974) as Editor
Both trifles and structure are tossed out the door by director Ken Russell in this film. Here, historical content matters not so much as metaphors, feelings, emotions, and interpretations, and pay close attention, as every word and frame is intended to be important. The film takes place on a single train ride, in which the sickly, aged composer Gustav Mahler and his wife, Alma, confront the reasons behind their faltered marriage and dying love. Each word seems to evoke memories of past, and so the audience witnesses events of Mahler's life that explain somewhat his present state. Included are his turbulent and dysfunctional family life as a child, his discovery of solace in the "natural" world, his brother's suicide, his [unwanted] conversion from Judiasm to Catholicism, his rocky marriage and the death of his young children. The movie weaves in and out of dreams, flashbacks, thoughts and reality as Russell poetically describes the man behind the music.
30.
Savage Messiah (1972) as Editing
31.
The Devils (1971) as Editing
Cardinal Richelieu and his power-hungry entourage seek to take control of pre-rennaisance France, but need to destroy Father Grandier - the priest who runs the fortified town that prevents them from exerting total control. So they seek to destroy him by setting him up as a warlock in control of a devil-possessed nunnery, the mother superior of which is sexually obsessed by him. A mad witch-hunter is brought in to gather evidence against the priest, ready for the big trial.
32.
The Music Lovers (1971) as Editing
Unconventional account of composer Tchaikovsky's life and loves.
33.
Women in Love (1970) as Film Editor
In the twenties, two free-thinking sisters try to balance sexual passion with independence.
34.
The War Game (1967) as Film Editor
The War Game is a fictional, worst-case-scenario docu-drama about nuclear war and its aftermath in and around a typical English city. Although it won an Oscar for Best Documentary, it is fiction. It was intended as an hour-long program to air on BBC 1, but it was deemed too intense and violent to broadcast. It went to theatrical distribution as a feature film instead. Low-budget and shot on location, it strives for and achieves convincing and unflinching realism.

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

35.
Inferno (1999) as Editor

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