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Ian Armer

Ian Armer was born in Preston, Lancashire, in 1976. He began his writing career working for MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES magazine, and writing corporate films for major international companies like BRADFORD & BINGLEY. In 2005 he was awarded finance from the UK FILM COUNCIL to direct the LGBT film CT OF NOTRE DAME. It was nominated for a BBC Audience Award ... See full bio »

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Lead Belly Writer
Frozen Additional Crew
Blackpool Additional Crew


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 2021/II Box
 2019 Lead Belly (Short) (Writer)
 2019 Possimiste: Butterfly (Music Video)
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  Diamond Dogs (producer) (announced)
 2019 Possimiste: Butterfly (Music Video) (producer)
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 2021 Introspectum Motel (creative consultant)
 2005/I Frozen (production assistant - uncredited)
 2004 Blackpool (TV Mini Series) (production runner)
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 2019 Possimiste: Butterfly (Music Video)
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 2021 Introspectum Motel
Tim (voice)
 2008 Mr Hartman (Short)
Delivery Man
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 2019 Possimiste: Butterfly (Music Video)
 2021 Introspectum Motel (second unit director)
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 2007 By Twilight (Short)

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Other Works:

Poem 'Brain Spit' published in issue 26 of The Illustrated Ape. ISSN 1368-2954 See more »


6' 2" (1.88 m)

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