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Derek Jarman (January 31 1942February 19 1994) was an English film director, stage designer, artist, and writer.

Contents

Filmography

Feature Films

Short Films

  • Electric Fairy (1971, nonextant)
  • Studio Bankside (1971)
  • Garden of Luxor (aka Burning the Pyramids, 1972)
  • Miss Gaby (1972)
  • A Journey to Avebury (1971)
  • Andrew Logan Kisses the Glitterati (1972)
  • Tarot (aka Magician, 1972)
  • Art of Mirrors (aka Sulphur, 1973)
  • Stolen Apples for Karen Blixen (1973)
  • Miss World (1973)
  • The Devils at the Elgin (aka Reworking the Devils, 1974)
  • Fire Island (1974)
  • Duggie Fields (1974)
  • Ula's Fete (aka Ula's Chandelier, 1975)
  • Picnic at Ray's (1975)
  • Sebastiane Wrap (1975)
  • Sloane Square: A Room of One's Own (1976)
  • Gerald's Film (1976)
  • Art and the Pose (1976)
  • Houston Texas (1976)
  • Jordan's Dance (1977)
  • Every Woman for Herself and All for Art (1977)
  • The Pantheon (1978)
  • In the Shadow of the Sun (1980) (this compilation of Jarman's Super-8 shorts from 1974-1980 effectively serves as an extended music video for eponymous piece by Throbbing Gristle)
  • T.G.: Psychic Rally in Heaven (1981)
  • Jordan's Wedding (1981)
  • Pirate Tape (W.S. Burroughs Film) (1982)
  • Waiting for Waiting for Godot (1982)
  • Pontormo and Punks at Santa Croce (1982)
  • B2 Tape/Film (1983)
  • Catalan (1984)
  • Imagining October (1984)
  • Aria (1987)
    • segment: Depuis le Jour
  • L'Ispirazione (1988)
  • Glitterbug (1994) (one-hour compilation film of various Super-8 shorts with music by Brian Eno)

Jarman's early Super-8 mm work has been included on some of the DVD releases of his films.

Music videos




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