Charles STURRIDGE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1951-06-24
Education Beaumont Coll, Stonyhurst, UC Oxford (BA)
Books & Publications >ir< The Seagull (trans with Tania Alexander, Amber Lane Press, 1983)
Recreations N/A
Clubs Groucho
Style Charles Sturridge, Esq
Career director and writer; dir and chm Firstsight Films Ltd 2000-; memb BECTU; >ir< Hard Times (Belgrade Coventry) 1974, The Seagull (Queens) 1985, Tolomeo (Broomhill Opera) 1998; >ir< incl: World in Action (4 episodes), Coronation Street (16 episodes), Brideshead Revisited (Granada) 1981, Soft Targets (BBC) 1982, The Story Teller - A Story Short 1987, Troubles (writer only, LWT) 1987, A Foreign Field (BBC) 1993, Gullivers Travels (Channel 4) 1996, Longitude (Channel 4) 2000, Shackleton (Channel 4) 2002; >ir< Runners (debut) 1983, Aria (contrib) 1986, A Handful of Dust (co-adaptor) 1988, Where Angels Fear to Tread (co-adaptor) 1991, Fairy Tale - A True Story 1997, Ohio Impromptu (dir) 2000, Lassie 2005; >ir< for Brideshead Revisited: 17 Awards incl BAFTA for Best Series and Best Actor (>qv1qv2<5490>qv3<, >ir<), two Golden Globe Awards, The Grand Award (NY Film & TV Festival), Emmy for Best Supporting Actor (Laurence Olivier); for Runners: Best Film at the Karlovy-Vary Festival, Special Prize Venice Film Festival; for Gullivers Travels: Humanitas Award, Br Television Soc Team Award; 7 Emmy's incl Best Series and Best Special Effects; for Fairy Tale BAFTA Best Children's Film 1998; for Longitude 'Rockie' for Best Mini Series at BANF TV Awards; 6 further BAFTAs incl Best Series; South Bank Show Best TV Drama Award for Ohio Impromptu; for Shackleton: BAFTA Best Drama Serial, Best Costume, Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography, Outstanding Score
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