Brian Gibson Movies List

Brian Gibson
Brian Gibson
London, England, UK
Where Adam Stood

Director Brian Gibson Filmography

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    Ainda Muito Loucos
    Ainda Muito Loucos ( English )
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Release date: 30-10-1998
    The Juror
    The Juror ( English )
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Music Director: James Newton Howard
    Release date: 02-02-1996
    What's Love Got to Do with It
    Director: Kate Lanier
    Release date: 09-06-1993
    The Josephine Baker Story
    Director: Jr.
    Release date: 16-03-1991
    Drug Wars: The Camarena Story
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Release date: 07-01-1990
    Juegos Diabólicos II
    Juegos Diabólicos II ( English )
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Music Director: Jerry Goldsmith
    Release date: 23-05-1986
    Breaking Glass
    Breaking Glass ( English )
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Release date: 01-10-1980
    Blue Remembered Hills
    Blue Remembered Hills ( English )
    Artist: Helen Mirren , Michael Elphick
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Release date: 30-01-1979
    Dinner at The Sporting Club
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Release date: 07-11-1978
    Where Adam Stood
    Where Adam Stood ( English )
    Director: Brian Gibson
    Release date: 21-04-1976
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      Brian Gibson Biography

      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Brian Gibson (22 September 1944 — 4 January 2004) was an English film director. Born in Reading, Berkshire, he studied Natural Sciences at St. Catharine's College, Cambridge graduating with an upper-second, and then History of Science at Darwin College, Cambridge. He intended to become a doctor, but became interested in journalism and edited Granta, the Cambridge University magazine. After travelling in Turkey, Israel and Syria, Brian started at the BBC as a research assistant for Rene Cutforth's program, "Europa." He then produced several excellent editions of Horizon, a science TV magazine. Gibson received a BAFTA award and the 1975 Prix Italia for the "Horizon" episode Joey, based on "Tongue tied" the story of a brain-damaged child, by Joey Deacon who, in his adult life, found a handicapped friend to unlock his latent intellect. After this he made The Billion Dollar Bubble, which introduced James Woods to British audiences, and Gossip from the Forest with John Shrapnel. He went on to direct Dennis Potter's Blue Remembered Hills with, among others, Colin Welland, Helen Mirren and John Bird, as well as Breaking Glass with Hazel O'Connor, Phil Daniels and Jonathan Pryce. In Hollywood, he directed Poltergeist II and HBO specials which included biographies of Simon Wiesenthal and Josephine Baker. He followed up with the Tina Turner biopic, What's Love Got to Do with It, and The Juror. In 1998 he directed his last film, Still Crazy. Gibson married the leading lady of his TV film "The Josephine Baker Story" Lynn Whitfield. They had a daughter named Grace Gibson and divorced in 1992. He remarried Paula Rae Gibson and had another daughter before he died of Ewing's sarcoma, a form of cancer, at his London home in 2004. He was 59 years old. Description above from the Wikipedia article Brian Gibson (director), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

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