Neil Jordan

Director · Writer · Actor
IVA Star Rating : 74
Neil Patrick Jordan is an Irish film director, screenwriter, novelist and short-story writer. His first book, Night in Tunisia, won a Somerset Maugham Award and the Guardian Fiction Prize in 1979. He won an Academy Award for The Crying Game (1992). He has also won three Irish Film and Television Awards, as well as the Silver Bear for Best Director... read more

Neil Patrick Jordan is an Irish film director, screenwriter, novelist and short-story writer. His first book, Night in Tunisia, won a Somerset Maugham Award and the Guardian Fiction Prize in 1979. He won an Academy Award for The Crying Game (1992). He has also won three Irish Film and Television Awards, as well as the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin International Film Festival for The Butcher Boy (1997).

Born

Saturday, 25 February 1950

Actor Filmography

Behind the Sword in the Stone Self / Himself 2021
Love Express. The Disappearance of Walerian Borowczyk Himself / Self 2020
An Accidental Studio Himself / Self - Director 2019
Moving Pictures Live! Self 2009
A Film with Me in It Director 2008
Lumière and Company (segment "John Boorman") 1995
Century of Cinema Self 1995
The 65th Annual Academy Awards Self - Winner & Nominee 1993
HBO First Look Self 1992
At the Movies Self 1986
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

Behind the Sword in the Stone Self / Himself 2021
Love Express. The Disappearance of Walerian Borowczyk Himself / Self 2020
An Accidental Studio Himself / Self - Director 2019
Moving Pictures Live! Self 2009
A Film with Me in It Director 2008
Lumière and Company (segment "John Boorman") 1995
Century of Cinema Self 1995
The 65th Annual Academy Awards Self - Winner & Nominee 1993
HBO First Look Self 1992
At the Movies Self 1986
The South Bank Show Self 1978

Director Filmography

Producer Filmography

2011 Emmy Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Nominated
2000 Golden Globe Best Director - Motion Picture Nominated
1993 Oscar Best Director Nominated
1993 Oscar Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Won
1987 Golden Globe Best Screenplay - Motion Picture Nominated
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