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Brian Percival est un Réalisateur Britannique

Brian Percival

Brian Percival
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Nationalité Royaume-uni
Naissance à Liverpool (Royaume-uni)
Récompenses Primetime Emmy Award

Brian Percival est un réalisateur britannique, travaillant principalement pour la télévision.

Il a réalisé des épisodes pour les séries télévisées suivantes : Pleasureland, North and South, ShakespeaRe-Told, The Ruby in the Smoke et The Old Curiosity Shop.

Son premier court métrage About a Girl, durant seulement 9 minutes, a remporté un prix au British Academy Film Award du meilleur court-métrage, ainsi que plusieurs prix au Festival du film en 2001.

Ses meilleurs films

La Voleuse de livres (2013)
(Réalisateur)

Le plus souvent avec

Steve Evets
Steve Evets
(1 films)
Bryan Dick
Bryan Dick
(1 films)
Barbara Auer
Barbara Auer
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Brian Percival (4 films)

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Réalisateur

La Voleuse de livres, 2h11
Réalisé par Brian Percival
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Historique
Thèmes L'enfance, Religion, Politique, Religion juive
Acteurs Geoffrey Rush, Roger Allam, Emily Watson, Sophie Nélisse, Ben Schnetzer, Nico Liersch
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Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, en Allemagne, la jeune Liesel se trouve comme passe-temps de voler des livres. Adoptée par une famille habitant une petite ville près de Munich, son quotidien est bouleversé lorsqu'un juif se réfugie sous l'escalier de la cave.
A Boy Called Dad, 1h20
Réalisé par Brian Percival
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Ian Hart, Louise Delamere, Sacha Parkinson, Charlene McKenna, Steve Evets, Crissy Rock
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A Boy Called Dad tells the story of Robbie, a fourteen-year-old boy who has just become a father. Robbie wishes to take responsibility for his baby son, Elliot, but the mother wants nothing more to do with him. A near-accident reunites Robbie with his estranged father, Joe, and for a while their relationship flourishes. But Joe proves a feckless, unreliable man, and Robbie realizes he does not want to be the same kind of father to his own child. After seeing the baby with his mother and her abusive new boyfriend, Robbie decides to take action. Confrontation leads to violence, and Robbie kidnaps his son and goes on the run. Travelling cross-country, he meets Nia, a traumatized young woman who has some ugly family issues to resolve. Meanwhile an increasingly guilt-ridden Joe searches for Robbie, trying to guess where he might go next. His search leads to a final confrontation between Joe and Robbie, in which each is forced to face up to the past. The police soon arrive and Robbie gives Joe his son. In the end, Robbie says "They reckon that when you're drowning, you see your life flash before ya. But I didn't, I saw someone else's life, it was my son's, Elliot.
About a Girl, 9minutes
Réalisé par Brian Percival
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame
Thèmes L'enfance, Maltraitance des enfants
Acteurs Ashley-Jade
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About a Girl opens with a striking shot of a silhouette — against a skyline of clouds above a field — of a girl singing the Britney Spears song "Stronger" and doing the dance routine. It cuts abruptly to a close-up of the girl talking in a strong Mancunian accent to the camera: "If Jesus were alive today — right, he'd probably be a singer." She is walking against a backdrop of Manchester's industrial landscape, talking non-stop, mixing wry statements about stardom and singers with random quotes from her parents and descriptions of her life: her relationship with her dad, her frustrations with her mum, her desire to become a famous singer, the band she has formed with her friends. Things any 13-year-old might talk about. Her monologue is interrupted and intercut with different scenes of her with her family and her dad; her in a perfume department, sitting on a bench singing "Stronger" again, and on the back of a bus with her girlfriends singing "Oops!... I Did It Again" by Britney Spears and doing the routine.