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Sir Alan William Parker

(1944-), Film director and writer

Sitter in 3 portraits
Film director and writer; as a director his work includes Bugsy Malone (1976), Midnight Express (1978), Mississippi Burning (1988) and The Commitments (1991); he produced, directed and wrote the screenplays for Evita (1996) and Angela's Ashes (1999). Twice Oscar-nominated, he has won three BAFTA awards.

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Alan Parker, by David Appleby - NPG x34538

Alan Parker

by David Appleby
bromide print, 1982
NPG x34538

Alan Parker, by Callum Bibby - NPG x25251

Alan Parker

by Callum Bibby
Agfa record rapid print, 1985
NPG x25251

Alan Parker, by John Swannell - NPG x87614

Alan Parker

by John Swannell
Iris print, 1998
NPG x87614

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