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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)
Demon Seed Director
(1977)

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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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel (with Marlon Brando): "Fan-Tan". New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005. ISBN 1400044715 See more »

Publicity Listings:

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

Alternate Names:

Franklin Brauner
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

Performance (1970) is a landmark and a swan song for the era of swinging London. See more »

Trivia:

After Performance (1970), he wrote a script called "Ishtar" that was to feature William S. Burroughs as a judge kidnapped while on holiday in Morocco. Like most of the scripts he worked on, it remained unproduced. See more »

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Capricorn

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