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Also Known As: Died: February 19, 1994
Born: January 31, 1942 Cause of Death: complications arising from AIDS
Birth Place: Middlesex, England, GB Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Glitterbug (1994) as Director
A visually lyrical Super-8 diary charting filmmaker Derek Jarman's personal and professional life from the 1970s and early 80s.
2.
Wittgenstein (1993) as Director
A humorous portrait of Austrian-born British philosopher Ludwig Josef Johan Wittgenstein (1889-1951).
3.
Memorial Tribute (1993) as Director
Rock poetess Patti Smith mourns the loss of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe to AIDS.
4.
Blue (1993) as Director
Suffering from AIDS, British filmmaker Derek Jarman lays bare his physical, personal, mental, and spiritual state in a narration over a blue screen whose only images are those produced by your own retina: orange squares, flashes, and shadows.
5.
Edward II (1991) as Director
A biography, based on the Christopher Marlowe play, of Britain's only acknowledged gay monarch (1307-1327), whose preference for his male lover over his queen created conflict with his barons and eventually led to civil war.
6.
Garden, The (1991) as Director
A meditation on mortality and the AIDS crisis.
7.
War Requiem (1989) as Director
The experiences of poet Wilfred Owen during World War I set to the music of Benjamin Britten.
8.
Projections (1989) as Director
Created by acclaimed British filmmaker Derek Jarman (1942-1994) to serve as background to the Pet Shop Boys' 1989 world tour.
9.
Last of England, The (1988) as Director
A striking vision of a doomed England using home movies, Super 8 film and voice over narration.
10.
Aria (1987) as Director ("Louise")
11.
Caravaggio (1986) as Director
12.
Angelic Conversation, The (1985) as Director
A love story between two young gay men.
13.
Imagining October (1984) as Director
14.
In the Shadow of the Sun (1981) as Director
15.
Tempest, The (1979)
Adaptation of Shakespeare's play about the machinations of an exiled magician.
16.
Jubilee (1979) as Director
The court magician transports Queen Elizabeth I into a nightmare vision of England's future.
17.
Tempest, The (1979) as Director
An experimental and anachronistic adaptation of William Shakespeare's play which casts the mad Prospero as a struggling artist desperate to transform his bleak world into something more spriritually satisfying.
18.
Sebastiane (1976) as Director
300 A.D. : the Roman Sebastianus is exiled to a remote outpost populated exclusively by men. Weakened by their desires, these men turn to homosexual activities to satisfy their needs. However, Sebastianus becomes the target of lust for a homosexual centurion, but he rejects the man's advances.

Cast (feature film)

19.
Blue (1993) as Voice
Suffering from AIDS, British filmmaker Derek Jarman lays bare his physical, personal, mental, and spiritual state in a narration over a blue screen whose only images are those produced by your own retina: orange squares, flashes, and shadows.
20.
There We Are John (1993) as Himself
Portrait of maverick filmmaker, writer and gay rights activist Derek Jarman who died of complications arising from AIDS on February 19, 1994.
21.
Love Undefeated: Conversations With Derek Jarman (1993) as Himself
The filmmaker reflects on his remarkable life.
22.
Derek Jarman: A Portrait (1991) as Himself
An intimate portrait of acclaimed British filmmaker Derek Jarman who died of complications from AIDS on February 19, 1994.
23.
Cactus Land (1988) as Narration
25.
Ostia (1987)
Film reconstructs the events that led to the murder of director Pier Paolo Pasolini.
26.
Prick Up Your Ears (1987) as Patrick Proktor
27.
Nighthawks (1978)
A closeted gay male teacher in a London school struggles with his identity.

Cinematography (feature film)

28.
Glitterbug (1994) as Director Of Photography
A visually lyrical Super-8 diary charting filmmaker Derek Jarman's personal and professional life from the 1970s and early 80s.
29.
Garden, The (1991) as Cinematographer
A meditation on mortality and the AIDS crisis.
30.
Last of England, The (1988) as Cinematographer
A striking vision of a doomed England using home movies, Super 8 film and voice over narration.
31.
Imagining October (1984) as Cinematographer
32.
In the Shadow of the Sun (1981) as Cinematographer

Writer (feature film)

33.
Wittgenstein (1993) as Screenwriter
A humorous portrait of Austrian-born British philosopher Ludwig Josef Johan Wittgenstein (1889-1951).
34.
Blue (1993) as Screenwriter
Suffering from AIDS, British filmmaker Derek Jarman lays bare his physical, personal, mental, and spiritual state in a narration over a blue screen whose only images are those produced by your own retina: orange squares, flashes, and shadows.
35.
Edward II (1991) as Screenwriter
A biography, based on the Christopher Marlowe play, of Britain's only acknowledged gay monarch (1307-1327), whose preference for his male lover over his queen created conflict with his barons and eventually led to civil war.
36.
Garden, The (1991) as Screenwriter
A meditation on mortality and the AIDS crisis.
37.
War Requiem (1989) as Screenwriter
The experiences of poet Wilfred Owen during World War I set to the music of Benjamin Britten.
38.
Aria (1987) as Screenplay ("Louise")
39.
Caravaggio (1986) as Screenwriter
40.
Angelic Conversation, The (1985) as Screenwriter
A love story between two young gay men.
41.
Imagining October (1984) as Screenwriter
42.
Tempest, The (1979)
Adaptation of Shakespeare's play about the machinations of an exiled magician.
43.
Tempest, The (1979) as Screenwriter
An experimental and anachronistic adaptation of William Shakespeare's play which casts the mad Prospero as a struggling artist desperate to transform his bleak world into something more spriritually satisfying.
44.
Sebastiane (1976) as Screenwriter
300 A.D. : the Roman Sebastianus is exiled to a remote outpost populated exclusively by men. Weakened by their desires, these men turn to homosexual activities to satisfy their needs. However, Sebastianus becomes the target of lust for a homosexual centurion, but he rejects the man's advances.

Editing (feature film)

45.
In the Shadow of the Sun (1981) as Editor

Misc. Crew (feature film)

46.
Last of England, The (1988)
A striking vision of a doomed England using home movies, Super 8 film and voice over narration.
47.
Last of England, The (1988)
A striking vision of a doomed England using home movies, Super 8 film and voice over narration.

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