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Nigel Wingrove

Nigel Wingrove founded Redemption Films in 1992 following the banning of his film 'Visions of Ecstasy' in 1989/90. Redemption was set to distribute and market European horror films and Redemption was largely responsible for introducing the work of Jean Rollin, Jess Franco and Dario Argento to a mainstream horror audience. Wingrove followed up the ... See full bio »

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 2008 Satanic Sluts II: The Black Masses (Video documentary)
 2000 Sacred Flesh
 1990 Faustine (Short)
 1989 Visions of Ecstasy (Short)
 1988 Axel (Short)
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Co-author of book 'Art of the Nasty' - a look at the artwork and political issues surrounding the introduction of the UK censorship law, the Video Recording Act, 1984. Originally published by the Salvation Group in 1998, the book was republished by FAB Press, July 2009.

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Currently writing his first novel, DUM, DUM, a black comic look at celebrity, sex, violence and tabloid excesses, which he hopes to see published in 2010. See more »

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