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Gerard Lough

Gerard Lough is a film director from Ireland. He got his start when he directed a music video while doing an internship at an American advertising agency. Since then he has directed many music videos as well as critically acclaimed short films such as the futuristic thriller 'Ninety Seconds' and psychological horror 'Deviant'. His most high profile... See full bio »


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Known For

The Boogeyman
The Boogeyman Director
Night People
Night People Director
Ninety Seconds
Ninety Seconds Director
The Stolen Wings
The Stolen Wings Director


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 2017 Electro Kill Machine: Warped (Video short)
 2016 Voynich: Exoself (Video short)
 2016 Austen: Rush of Blood (Video short)
 2015 Night People
 2015 Voynich: Night People (Video short)
 2012 Ninety Seconds (Short)
 2010 The Boogeyman (Short)
 2009 The Stolen Wings (Short)
 2009 The Scanner (Short)
 2008 Deviant (Short)
 2008 Cian Furlong: Life in the Big City (Video short)
 2007 A Long Term Effect (Documentary short)
 2007 Cian Furlong: Baby Boom Boom (Video short)
 2007 Ulterior (Short)
 2005 Robbie Mc Donald: The Divine Beat (Video short)
 2005 First On: Demon (Video short)
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Other Works:

Music video 'Karma And Destiny' The Scarbrough Affair See more »

Publicity Listings:

8 Interviews | 15 Articles | See more »


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Personal Quote:

A good film stands up no matter what format you watch it in. Because it legally wasn't available in Ireland at the time, I had to watch Clockwork Orange for the first time in black and white with French subtitles as that's how it came out when taped from some obscure cable channel. I still knew it was a great film within minutes though. See more »


First Irish director to adapt a story by Stephen King (2010's The Boogeyman). See more »


Often casts Michael Parle See more »

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