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A graduate of The National Film School, Julian Richards wrote and directed three short films; Pirates (1987) (The Starting Out Award at The Celtic Film Festival), Queen Sacrifice (1988) (Best Film at the British Short Film Festival) and Bad Company (1992) (AFI Film Festival official selection). Their success led to employment at the BBC where ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Last Horror Movie
(2003)
Darklands
Darklands Director
(1996)
Brookside
Brookside Director
(1982)
Summer Scars
Summer Scars Director
(2007)

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 2012 Shiver
 2009 Charles Dickens's England (Documentary)
 2007 Summer Scars
 2002 Silent Cry
 1996 Darklands
 1994 A Mutter of Voices (TV Short)
 1992 Bad Company (Short)
 1990 Wales Playhouse (TV Series) (1 episode)
- In with the Rent (1990)
 1988 Queen Sacrifice (Short)
 1987 Pirates (Short)
 1982 Brookside (TV Series)
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Inspired to go into the movies by the short-lived career of his uncle Rex Richards, a former Welsh rugby international who played King of Wongo in The Wild Women of Wongo (1958) See more »

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Leo

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