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Dean Spanley

Toa Fraser (director), Dunsany (based on the work of), Don McGlashan (composer)
Title
Dean Spanley
Director
Toa Fraser
Based on the work of
Dunsany (Lord)
Composer
Don McGlashan
Actor
Peter O'Toole Sam Neill Bryan Brown 1947- Jeremy Northam
Language
English
Publisher
Entertainment One, 2011
1 dvd-video
Recording date
2008
Playing time
ca. 97 min.
Note
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands Naar My talks with Dean Spanley van Baron Dunsany
EAN
8713045222765

Availability in Flemish libraries

About Toa Fraser

Toa Fraser (born 1975) is a New Zealand born playwright and film director, of Fijian heritage. His first feature film, No. 2, starring Ruby Dee won the Audience Award (World Dramatic) at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. His second, Dean Spanley, starring Sam Neill, Jeremy Northam and Peter O'Toole, premiered in September 2008. His third film Giselle was selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. His fourth, The Dead Lands, a Maori action-adventure film, was released in 2014.

Life

Fraser moved to Auckland in 1989. He attended Sacred Heart College, Auckland and is a graduate of the University of Auckland. His father is Eugene Fraser who has worked for both the BBC and many other radio and TV stations across the world as a radio continuity presenter. In April 2021, Fraser announced via Twitter that he had been diagnosed with Young Onset…Read more on Wikipedia