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Donald Cammell (1934–1996)


British director Donald Cammell, born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1934, came from a wealthy shipbuilding family. He began his career as a painter and by the mid-'60s was celebrated among the "Swinging London" crowd. He made his foray into the film industry when he wrote the script for The Touchables (1968), a painfully pretentious--and, seen today,... See full bio »

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Known For

Wild Side Director
(1995)
White of the Eye Director
(1987)
Performance Director
(1970)
Duffy Writer
(1968)

Filmography

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 1999 The Argument (Short)
 1999 U2: The Best of 1980-1990 (Video documentary) (video "Pride")
 1995 Wild Side (as Franklin Brauner)
 1993 U2: Love Is Blindness (Video documentary short)
 1985 The Hooters: All You Zombies (Video short)
 1984 U2: Unforgettable Fire (Documentary short) (video "Pride")
 1977 Demon Seed
 1970 Performance
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Other Works:

Music video for the band The Hooters "All You Zombies" - Director See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Biographical Movie | 1 Print Biography | 4 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Franklin Brauner
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Personal Quote:

[about his unrealized project "Jericho", which was set to star Marlon Brando] The overall image of the film is a man living with his own guilt over all the horror he's perpetrated . . . I felt I knew [Brando] as a performer and I could help orchestrate that performance, to see him bare his soul for once. See more »

Trivia:

Two days before his suicide, Bill Pullman had agreed to star in his new film "'33", which already had studio backing. Set in Istanbul in the '30s, the thriller dealt with a journalist who becomes trapped in the hideout of a heroin kingpin. Albeit the script was originally written in 1987, this was the last project he worked on, together with wife China Kong and Drew Hammond. See more »

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