Collaborative scenarist who has worked with Jacques Demy, Rene Clement, Michelangelo Antonioni and brother-in-law Bernardo Bertolucci. Peploe wrote his sister Clare's romantic comedy "High Season" (1987) and made his feature directing debut with "Afraid of the Dark," a psychological thriller about a boy with failing eyesight which he also wrote.
Director (Feature Film)
Writer (Feature Film)
Early screenplay credit on Jacques Demy's British feature, "The Pied Piper"
Wrote screenplay for Michelangelo Antonioni's "The Passenger"
Co-wrote screenplay with Bernardo Bertolucci for "The Last Emperor"
Wrote screenplay for feature directorial debut of sister Clare Peploe, "High Season"
Co-wrote script with Bertolucci for "The Sheltering Sky"
Feature film directing debut, "Afraid of the Dark" (also writer)
Helmed "Victory", adapted from the James Conrad work