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Eric Till

Eric Till

Eric Till began his feature film career with Hot Millions, starring Peter Ustinov. His motion pictures have been cited by such distinguished organizations as the Cannes Film Festival for his direction of 1972's A Fan's Notes; by the Moscow International Film Festival in 1975 for All Things Bright and Beautiful; and by the Genie Awards, the Canadian Oscar, for 1979's Wild Horse Hank, and 1982's If You Could See What I Hear. His other directing credits include Bethune, Improper Channels, An American Christmas Carol, Oh, What a Night, A Case of Libel, The Girl Next Door, Pit Pony and Bonhoeffer: Agent of Grace. Till began his diverse career working in the BBC's Television Music Department. He then moved to Canada, where he worked for the National Ballet of Canada as company manager and, later, for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation directing classical music productions before returning to the United Kingdom where he began his work in feature films.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

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Selected Filmography

Bonhoeffer Agent of Grace
Getting Married in Buffalo Jump
Luther
ShockTrauma
Bonhoeffer: Agent of Grace
A Muppet Family Christmas
The Streets of San Francisco: Season 2, Vol. 2
An American Christmas Carol
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