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Simon Rumley

Simon Rumley is one of the UK's most enduring independent directors. Dealing mainly in psychological situations, he has won best film or best director at the world's leading genre festivals such as: Sitges, Fantastic Fest, Fantasia, Frightfest as well as at smaller festivals such as Boston Underground, Fantaspoa, Lund and Ravenna. See full bio »

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Known For

(2006)
Red White & Blue Director
(2010)
Fashionista Director
(2016)
(2012)

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 2017 Crowhurst
 2016 Fashionista
 2012 The ABCs of Death (segment "P Is for Pressure")
 2011 Little Deaths (segment "Bitch")
 2006 The Handyman (Short)
 2006 The Living and the Dead (directed by)
 2002 Club Le Monde
 1994 Phew (Short)
 1993 Laughter (Short)
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His inspiration for writing The Living and the Dead (2006) came from watching his own mother treated for terminal cancer and the maddening cycles of hope, helplessness, anxiety, and guilt that families experience while dealing with organized health care.

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