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Neil Marshall , born the in Newcastle upon Tyne England at United Kingdom, is a British director, screenwriter, editor, and producer, having started his editing career before making hit movies Dog Soldiers and The Descent.

Neil Marshall’s Biography

Childhood

Born the , Neil Marshall grew up in Newcastle upon Tyne in England. When he was five or six years old, his parents left him late in front of the television broadcasting movies like, Frankenstein, The Curse of Richard Donner (1976), The Shining of Stanley Kubrick (1980), The Adventurers of the lost arch by Steven Spielberg (1981), John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) and, at eleven, he was inspired to make his first film with a Super 8 camera at home with his best friend.

In 1989, he attended the Film School at Newcastle Polytechnic – now Northumbria University – where, hired by Bharat Nalluri in 1994, he worked as an editor, storyboarder, and assistant director on the short course. directed film for television and Killing Time for cinema in 1998.

Career

He was hired in 1995 as a screenwriter with Caspar Berry and Fleur Costello and editing the first film Killing Time by Bharat Nalluri (1998). Then, he continued to write for short films such as Ian D. Fleming’s The Gatherers (1998), Darren Mapletoft’s Bully (1999) and, in the same year as the latter, made his first short film Combat. / p>

In 2002, as a screenwriter and editor, he eventually directed his first feature film Dog Soldiers filmed in the Highland region of Scotland and almost entirely in Luxembourg, featuring six inexperienced English soldiers trapped in wolf traps. werewolves. A horror film that quickly became a cult film in the United Kingdom and the United States and brought a Golden Raven and a Pegasus to the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and the Grand Prix of European Silver Fantasy Film. at the Luxembourg International Film Festival. “& Nbsp; I am amazed and very pleased. It’s an original horror movie with masses of gore and humor, perfect for a post-pub session with a few cans. For me, this Dog Soldiers is part of a horror movie, a military film, war and western. This makes many tributes to Westerns like The Wild Horde and Rio Bravo, but no one seems to take back these kinds of film! & Nbsp;! & Nbsp; “.

After ” developing the screenplay for about two years “, resuming the same genre, he successfully presented The Descent in 2005, where we see a group of passionate young speleologists stuck in an underground cave and suddenly hunted down. by deformed monsters. This earned him many awards, including for him a Best Director Award at the UK Independent Film Festival and another Best Technical Achievement Award at the Evening Standard British Film Awards in 2006.

A sequel to The Descent: Part 2 was presented in 2009, of which he is the only executive producer, under the direction of Jon Harris.

Along the way, Neil Marshall took care of many canceled projects or not, as in 2008, he saw Hugh Jackman in the role of a racing driver for his project Drive, an adaptation of the eponymous novel by James Sallis , and that he intended to “start running this summer”. Everything changed in 2010, he left the realization to Nicolas Winding Refn. In , 20th Century Fox began negotiations with Neil Marshall then tipped to look at the Predators remake, but the choice was turning rather to Nimród Antal. In , Paramount Pictures was thinking of Neil Marshall and Neill Blomkamp as a replacement for Peter Berg who had abandoned the project, the remake of Dune by David Lynch (1984), and had now chosen the French director Pierre Morel.

Continuing his cinematographic path, still both screenwriter and director, he toured in South Africa and Scotland for the post-apocalyptic thriller at the Scottish Mad Max Doomsday, in 2008, with Rhona Mitra, Bob Hoskins and Malcolm McDowell. Despite a curious mix of 1980s films and a budget of seventeen million pounds, it was far from the best of the first two films.

Subsequently, in a new genre given peplum, in 2010, he performed in England in the forest of Alice Holt, and in Scotland, specifically in Badenoch, as well as Strathspey and Glenfeshie [ 14], not forgetting that some scenes were shot in the studio, in Ealing studios in London, and Shepperton studios in Surrey for Centurion with Michael Fassbender and Axelle Carolyn, wife of the director. / p>

Ian D. Fleming, the assistant director of the second team of this latest film, announced in that Neil Marshall will be executive producer of his second feature film Ghost of Slaughterford.

In 2014 he directed episode 9 of season 4 of the Game Of Thrones series.

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After the meeting for the interview, Neil Marshall is married to Belgian journalist Axelle Carolyn in 2007, who is also an actress, makeup artist, screenwriter and novelist.

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