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Roeg, Nicolas, 1928-2018

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Personal name headingRoeg, Nicolas, 1928-2018
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Variant(s)Roeg, Nicholas, 1928-2018
Roeg, Nic, 1928-2018
Associated countryEngland
Birth date1928-08-15
Death date2018-11-23
Place of birthLondon (England)
Place of deathLondon (England)
Field of activityCinematography Motion pictures--Production and direction
Profession or occupationCinematographers Motion picture producers and directors
Found inFeineman, N. Nicolas Roeg, 1978, c1977 (subj.) t.p. (Nicolas Roeg) in galley (b. 1928)
The man who fell to earth, 1976: opening credits (Nicolas Roeg; film director)
A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum [VR] c1997: opening credits (Nicholas Roeg; director of photography)
IMDb, May 23, 2017 (Nicolas Roeg; born August 15, 1928 in London, England; cinematographer, film director)
New York times WWW site, viewed Nov. 26, 2018 (in obituary published Nov. 24: Nicolas Roeg; b. Nicolas Jack Roeg, Aug. 15, 1928, London; d. Friday [Nov. 23, 2018], aged 90; British director acclaimed for a string of films in the 1970s that included the rite-of-passage tale Walkabout, the psychological thriller Don't look now, and the David Bowie vehicle The man who fell to Earth; came up through the filmmaking ranks, spending 20 years as a camera operator and cinematographer before serving as one of two directors (along with Donald Cammell) of Performance, a 1970 drama about the London rock world)
Glastonbury Fayre, 2018: container (Nic Roeg)
Wikipedia, May 7, 2019 (Nicolas Roeg; Nicolas Jack Roeg; born August 15, 1928, London, England, died November 23, 2018, London, England; English director and cinematographer, best known for directing Performance (1970), Walkabout (1971), Don't look now (1973), The man who fell to earth (1976), Bad timing (1980), and The witches (1990))
Associated languageeng