|Occupation Film director|
Years active 1985–2003
|Name Chris Bernard|
Role Film director
|Born 20 October 1955 (age 60) (1955-10-20) Liverpool, England|
Movies Letter to Brezhnev, Under the Mud, Boohbah: Umbrella, Boohbah: Snowman, Boohbah: Hot Dog
Similar People Alexandra Pigg, Phil Hayes, Margi Clarke, Peter Firth, Stephen Woolley
The making of Letter to Brezhnev. With director Chris Bernard
Chris Bernard (born 20 October 1955) is an English film director. He has directed eight films since 1985.
- The making of Letter to Brezhnev With director Chris Bernard
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- Selected filmography
He was born in Liverpool, England and started his professional career in the theatre. In 1977 he developed an old warehouse, in Matthew Street, Liverpool into a theatre venue and was a founder member and Company Manager of the acclaimed Science Fiction Theatre of Liverpool which went on to open the National Theatre- Cottesloe Theatre with their celebrated production of ILLUMINATUS! Written and directed by Ken Campbell & Chris Langham and starring Prunella Gee, Jim Broadbent and David Rappaport.
Bernard directed his first play The Immortalist by Heathcote Williams and went on to direct others, most notably The Maids by Jean Genet, Lainey Robertson’s The Insanity of Mary Girard and Heroes, about the war poet Wilfred Owen.
After working as a script writer for the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside. His debut film was Letter to Brezhnev.