Roland Joffé

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Roland Joffé (born 17 November 1945) is a British director and producer of film and television, known for the Academy Award-winning movies The Killing Fields and The Mission.wikipedia
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The Killing Fields (film)

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Roland Joffé (born 17 November 1945) is a British director and producer of film and television, known for the Academy Award-winning movies The Killing Fields and The Mission.
It was directed by Roland Joffé and produced by David Puttnam for his company Goldcrest Films.

The Mission (1986 film)

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Roland Joffé (born 17 November 1945) is a British director and producer of film and television, known for the Academy Award-winning movies The Killing Fields and The Mission.
Written by Robert Bolt and directed by Roland Joffé, the film stars Robert De Niro, Jeremy Irons, Ray McAnally, Aidan Quinn, Cherie Lunghi, and Liam Neeson.

The Stars Look Down (TV serial)

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He began his career in television, his early credits including episodes of Coronation Street and an adaptation of The Stars Look Down for Granada.
The Granada production was directed by Roland Joffé, Alan Grint and Howard Baker and starred Ian Hastings as David Fenwick and Susan Tracy as his wife, Jenny.

The Spongers

In 1977, producer Tony Garnett was commissioned by the BBC to direct the play The Spongers within BBCs Play for Today series.
The Spongers is a 1978 television play by Jim Allen which was directed by Roland Joffé and produced by Tony Garnett.

Play for Today

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In 1977, producer Tony Garnett was commissioned by the BBC to direct the play The Spongers within BBCs Play for Today series. He gained a reputation for hard-hitting political stories with the series Bill Brand and factual dramas for Play for Today.
Several prominent directors also featured, including Stephen Frears, Alan Clarke, Michael Apted, Mike Newell, Roland Joffe, Ken Loach, Lindsay Anderson, and Mike Leigh.

Ennio Morricone

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It achieved six Academy Awards nominations—including for Best Picture, Best Director, and Ennio Morricone's acclaimed Best Original Score—and won one, for Best Cinematography.
Morricone worked extensively for other film genres with directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci, Mauro Bolognini, Giuliano Montaldo, Roland Joffé, Roman Polanski and Henri Verneuil.

Captivity (film)

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His 1995 adaptation of The Scarlet Letter was a critical and financial disaster, and his 2007 horror film Captivity drew controversy with its advertising billboards, widely regarded as exploitative and misogynistic.
Captivity is a 2007 psychological horror film directed by Roland Joffé, written by Larry Cohen and Joseph Tura, and starring Elisha Cuthbert and Daniel Gillies.

There Be Dragons

His 2011 release, There Be Dragons, garnered press attention as it dealt with the Catholic organisation Opus Dei.
There Be Dragons is a 2011 historical epic war film written and directed by Roland Joffé.

David Puttnam

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Joffé worked closely with producer David Puttnam on each film.
He also did the acclaimed Cal (1984), directed by Pat O'Connor and The Killing Fields (1984), directed by Roland Joffe.

The Lovers (2013 film)

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In 2013 Joffé directed the Anglo-Indian historical epic romance time travel adventure film, The Lovers.
The Lovers (previously known as Singularity, released in the UK as Time Traveller and in Belgium under the French title La Prophétie de l'anneau) is a 2013 English-language romance time travel adventure film directed by Roland Joffé and written by Ajey Jhankar.

Carmel College, Oxfordshire

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Joffé was educated at two independent schools: the Lycée français Charles de Gaulle in London, and Carmel College in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, which was Europe's only Jewish boarding school, until it closed in 1997.

Prix Italia

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The Spongers won the prestigious Prix Italia award.

The Stars Look Down

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He began his career in television, his early credits including episodes of Coronation Street and an adaptation of The Stars Look Down for Granada.
This production was written by Alan Plater and directed by Roland Joffé and Alan Grint.

Rowan Joffé

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Joffé was married to actress Jane Lapotaire; they have a son, screenwriter and director Rowan Joffé (b.
He is the son of director Roland Joffé and actress Jane Lapotaire, and half-brother of actress Nathalie Lunghi.

Tony Garnett

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In 1977, producer Tony Garnett was commissioned by the BBC to direct the play The Spongers within BBCs Play for Today series.
The Spongers (1978), written by Allen and directed by Roland Joffé, also used the background of the silver jubilee, this time in the context of government spending cuts in the welfare state, in particular the closure of facilities used by a child with learning difficulties.

Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle

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Joffé was educated at two independent schools: the Lycée français Charles de Gaulle in London, and Carmel College in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, which was Europe's only Jewish boarding school, until it closed in 1997.

Undressed

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The series was created and executive produced by British director Roland Joffé.

Texas Rising

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It is directed by Roland Joffé and premiered on May 25, 2015.

Nathalie Lunghi

1973). Later, he and actress Cherie Lunghi were in a longterm relationship; they have a daughter, actor Nathalie Lunghi (b.
The daughter of actress Cherie Lunghi and director Roland Joffé, and half-sister of Rowan Joffé, she may be best known for her roles as Geri West in the BBC Three teenager drama The Things I Haven't Told You, and Princess Isabelle in the ITV1 comedy drama The Palace.

Jane Lapotaire

Joffé was married to actress Jane Lapotaire; they have a son, screenwriter and director Rowan Joffé (b.
She was married to director Roland Joffé from 1974 to 1980; they had one son, screenwriter and director Rowan Joffé (born 1973).

City of Joy (1992 film)

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City of Joy is a 1992 French-British drama film directed by Roland Joffé, with a screenplay by Mark Medoff.

The Scarlet Letter (1995 film)

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His 1995 adaptation of The Scarlet Letter was a critical and financial disaster, and his 2007 horror film Captivity drew controversy with its advertising billboards, widely regarded as exploitative and misogynistic.
It was directed by Roland Joffé and stars Demi Moore, Gary Oldman, and Robert Duvall.

Vatel (film)

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Vatel is a 2000 historical drama film directed by Roland Joffé, written by Jeanne Labrune and translated by Tom Stoppard, and starring Gérard Depardieu, Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Timothy Spall, Julian Glover and Julian Sands.

Fat Man and Little Boy

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The film, which stars Paul Newman and was released as Shadow Makers in the UK, was directed by Roland Joffé and was written by Joffe and Bruce Robinson.

The Forgiven (film)

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The Forgiven is a 2017 British drama film directed by Roland Joffé and starring Forest Whitaker, Eric Bana and Jeff Gum.