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Graeme Clifford

Highest Rated: 95% Don't Look Now (1973)

Lowest Rated: 29% Gleaming the Cube (1988)

Birthday: Sep 27, 1942

Birthplace: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

After working as an editor for the BBC and CBC-TV, Graeme Clifford joined Robert Altman in Canada as assistant editor and second assistant director on "That Cold Day in the Park" (1969). He continued his association with Altman serving as casting director and assistant director on "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" (1971) and editor of "Images" (1972). Clifford then edited Nicolas Roeg's eerie psychological thriller, "Don't Look Now" (1973) and "The Man Who Fell to Earth" (1976). He has perhaps earned a special place with audiences for cutting the cult classic "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 33% Write & Wrong Director - 2007
No Score Yet 64% Family Sins Director - 2004
No Score Yet 100% Profoundly Normal Director,
Producer
- 2003
No Score Yet No Score Yet Crossing the Line Director - 2002
No Score Yet 50% Redeemer Director - 2002
No Score Yet 67% See You In My Dreams Director - 2002
No Score Yet 7% Caracara Director - 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet My Husband's Secret Life Director - 1998
No Score Yet 80% The Last Don Director - 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Loss of Innocence Director - 1996
No Score Yet 0% Past Tense Director - 1994
No Score Yet 25% Ruby Cairo Director $299.8K 1993
No Score Yet 53% The Turn of the Screw Director - 1992
29% 69% Gleaming the Cube Director $2.5M 1988
No Score Yet No Score Yet Burke and Wills Director,
Producer
- 1985
66% 78% Frances Director - 1982
79% 59% The Postman Always Rings Twice Film Editor - 1981
81% 69% The Man Who Fell to Earth Film Editor $81.8K 1976
78% 85% The Rocky Horror Picture Show Film Editor $519.0K 1975
95% 76% Don't Look Now Film Editor - 1973
84% 86% McCabe & Mrs. Miller Casting - 1971

TV

Credit
96% 57% Joan of Arcadia Director 2004-2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Last Don II Director 1998
82% 89% Twin Peaks Director 1990
No Score Yet No Score Yet Barnaby Jones Director 1979-1980