Richard Curson Smith

Richard Curson Smith is a British television director and producer. He has BAFTA, Emmy, RTS, Grierson, Real Screen, Broadcast, CSA and Prix Italia awards and nominations.

He heads his own production company, Absinthe Film Entertainment [1] and is married to the British television producer and author Franny Moyle and has three children.

Filmography

  • Urban Myths - Orson Welles In Norwich 2020.[2]
  • The Importance of Being Oscar 2019.[3]
  • Joe Orton Laid Bare 2017. [4]
  • Francis Bacon: A Brush with Violence 2017. Nominee BAFTA Scotland Award
  • Justice for MLK: The Hunt for James Earl Ray 2017. Nominee Canadian Screen Award
  • Ted Hughes: Stronger Than Death 2016. Nominee BAFTA Scotland Award, Winner Celtic Media Award. Grierson nominee.
  • THE SON OF SAM 2017.
  • RUDOLF NUREYEV: DANCE TO FREEDOM 2015. Nominee specialist factual BAFTA. Winner Dance Screen Best Film. Special mention Prix Italia.[5]
  • END OF THE DREAM 2015. Nominee Canadian Screen Award: Best Biography
  • THE APARTMENT 2012
  • The Making of a Lady 2012 [6]
  • THE MINOR CHARACTER 2012
  • MILIBAND OF BROTHERS 2010
  • PRIMEVAL 2009
  • Wire in the Blood: 'Falls the Shadow' 2008
  • Consenting Adults 2007
  • Pinochet in Suburbia 2006
  • Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures Nominated for a Rose d'Or Drama Award and a Grierson Award. [7]
  • Home Nominated for an RTS Award. Nominated for 'Best Single Drama' at the Broadcast Awards.
  • SURREALISSIMO! The Scandalous Success of Salvador Dali
  • IF
  • SEVEN DWARVES
  • BLUE DIAMOND
  • BEYOND THE FATAL SHORE
  • ANATOMY OF DESIRE
  • CNN Millennium
  • PANDEMONIUM
  • SPENDING THE KIDS' INHERITANCE
  • THE LAST MACHINE
  • DEAD PRESIDENTS EMMY nominated
  • Inside Victor Lewis-Smith
  • 10 x 10: WITH BOUNCING SOLES
  • BURNING MAN

References

  1. ^ "Absinthe Film Entertainment". Absinthe Film Entertainment website.
  2. ^ "TV drama tells story of Hollywood great Orson Welles at Anglia Television". ITV website.
  3. ^ "The Importance of Being Oscar". BBC website.
  4. ^ "Saturday's TV, by Chris Bennion". The Times website.
  5. ^ "Rudolf Nureyev - Dance To Freedom". BBC website.
  6. ^ "Television Review The Marriage, Pragmatic; The Relatives, Troubling". New York Times website.
  7. ^ "Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures". The Age website.

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