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Roger Smith (IX)

Roger Smith is known for his work on The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006), Up the Junction (1968) and Al-mas' Ala Al-Kubra (1983). See full bio »

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Known For

The Wind That Shakes the Barley
The Wind That Shakes the Barley Miscellaneous Crew
Up the Junction
Al-mas' Ala Al-Kubra
The Angels' Share
The Angels' Share Miscellaneous Crew


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 2012 The Happy Lands (script editor)
 2012 The Angels' Share (script consultant)
 2010 Oranges and Sunshine (script consultant)
 2009 Looking for Eric (script consultant)
 2007 It's a Free World... (script consultant)
 2006 The Wind That Shakes the Barley (script consultant)
 2004 Ae Fond Kiss... (script consultant)
 2001 The Navigators (script consultant)
 1995 Land and Freedom (script editor)
 1965 The Wednesday Play (TV Series) (story editor - 18 episodes)
- Vote, Vote, Vote for Nigel Barton (1965) ... (story editor)
- The End of Arthur's Marriage (1965) ... (story editor)
- The Seven O'Clock Crunch (1965) ... (story editor)
- The Man Without Papers (1965) ... (story editor)
- And Did Those Feet? (1965) ... (story editor)
 1965 The Good Shoe Maker and the Poor Fish Peddler (TV Movie) (story editor)
 1964 Diary of a Young Man (TV Series) (story editor - 6 episodes)
- Relationships (1964) ... (story editor)
- Life, or a Girl Called Fred (1964) ... (story editor)
- Power (1964) ... (story editor)
- Marriage (1964) ... (story editor)
- Money (1964) ... (story editor)
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Worked with Ken Loach as writer on his directorial debut, and then 30 years later began working with him regularly as his script editor & consultant.

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