Bernard Rose


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Born on 4th August 1960, in London, England, Bernard Rose began his career by making Super 8 films at the age of 9. The BBC held an amateur movie competition which he won in 1975, causing his 3-minute film to air on the BBC. He later worked for Jim Henson on the last season of The Muppet Show, as a gofer, in the puppet workshop. He also worked for ... See full bio »

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Candyman Director
(1992)
Ivans xtc. Director
(2000)
Frankenstein Director
(2015)
Paperhouse Director
(1988)

Filmography

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 2018 The Hurdy Gurdy Man (Short)
 2015/II Frankenstein
 2013 SX_Tape
 2012 Boxing Day
 2012 2 Jacks
 2010 Mr. Nice
 2008 Derek (Documentary) (interview director)
 2005 Snuff-Movie
 2000 Ivans xtc.
 1997 Anna Karenina
 1992 Inside Out IV (Video)
 1992 Inside Out III (Video)
 1992 Candyman
 1988 Paperhouse
 1987 Body Contact
 1986 Smart Money
 1986 Prospects (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 1984 Bronski Beat: Why? (Music Video)
 1984 Bronski Beat: Smalltown Boy (Music Video)
 1983 UB40: Red Red Wine (Music Video)
 1977 Looking at Alice (Short)
 1976 The Wreckers (Short)
 1975 A Bomb with No Name on It (Short)
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Other Works:

Music videos: Red Red Wine (UB40), Relax and Welcome to the Pleasure Dome (Frankie Goes to Hollywood), Smalltown Boy (Bronski Beat)

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2 Interviews | See more »

Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)

Spouse:

Lisa Enos  (divorced)  (2 children) | See more »
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Personal Quote:

"When I first saw the results of the new high definition video (HD cam) system there was only one thing to say; from today, film is dead. At last the dream of Welles and Mellies can be realized. A cinema of personal imagination not bullied and battered by corporate troglodytes. See more »

Trivia:

Shooting Man With A Movie Camera in Romania and England See more »

Trademark:

Frequently casts Danny Huston

Star Sign:

Leo

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