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Terrence Davies

Terrence DaviesTerrence Davies’s Profile

Full Name : Terence Davies

Gender: Male

Date of Birth : 10th November 1945

Age: 71

Born Place : Liverpool, United Kingdom

Occupation: screenwriter, film director, sometime novelist and actor

Personal Details

  • Education : National Film and Television School
Zodiac Sign N/A
Marital Status Married
Languages English
Genres N/A

Terrence Davies Filmography:

  • Children in 1976 – short
  • Madonna and Child in 1980 – short
  • Death and Transfiguration in 1983 – short
  • The Terence Davies Trilogy in 1984 – collects the above three
  • Distant Voices, Still Lives in 1988
  • The Long Day Closes in 1992
  • The Neon Bible in 1995
  • The House of Mirth in 2000
  • Of Time and the City in 2008
  • The Deep Blue Sea (2011)
  • Sunset Song (2015)
  • A Quiet Passion (2016)

Terrence Davies Awards:

Awards

  • 1988 FIPRESCI Prize of the Cannes Film Festival: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1988 Golden Leopard of the Locarno International Film Festival: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1988 International Critics’ Award of the Toronto International Film Festival: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1989 London Film Critics Circle Award for Film of the Year: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1989 London Film Critics Circle Award for Director of the Year: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1989 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Foreign Language Film: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1990 Belgian Film Critics Association Grand Prix: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1990 Amanda Award for Best International Film: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1992 Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Screenplay: The Long Day Closes
  • 2007 British Film Institute Fellowship
  • 2009 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Non-Fiction Film: Of Time and the City
  • 2009 Australian Film Critics Association Award for Best Documentary: Of Time and the City
  • 2012 Maverick Spirit Award of the Cinequest Film Festival

Nominations

  • 1988 European Film Award for Best Film: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 1988 European Film Award for Best Director: Distant Voices, Still Lives
  • 2000 USC Scripter Award: The House of Mirth
  • 2000 Satellite Award for Best Adapted Screenplay: The House of Mirth
  • 2000 London Film Critics Circle Award for British Director of the Year: The House of Mirth
  • 2000 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Director: The House of Mirth
  • 2000 BIFA Award for Best British Independent Film: The House of Mirth
  • 2001 BAFTA Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film: The House of Mirth
  • 2008 London Film Critics Circle Award for British Director of the Year: Of Time and the City
  • 2008 Best Film Award of The Culture Show: Of Time and the City
  • 2011 Best Film Award of the BFI London Film Festival: The Deep Blue Sea

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