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Filmography from Derek Smith

Filmography from : Derek Smith


Actor :

Game of Thrones, David Nutter (9 episodes, 2012-2019), Alan Taylor (7 episodes, 2011-2017), Alex Graves (6 episodes, 2013-2014), Miguel Sapochnik (6 episodes, 2015-2019), Mark Mylod (6 episodes, 2015-2017), Jeremy Podeswa (6 episodes, 2015-2017), Daniel Minahan (5 episodes, 2011-2013), Alik Sakharov (4 episodes, 2012-2014), Michelle MacLaren (4 episodes, 2013-2014), Brian Kirk (3 episodes, 2011), David Benioff (3 episodes, 2013-2019), DB Weiss (3 episodes, 2013-2019), Timothy Van Patten (2 episodes, 2011), Neil Marshall (2 episodes, 2012-2014), David Petrarca (2 episodes, 2012), Michael Slovis (2 episodes, 2015), Jack Bender (2 episodes, 2016), Daniel Sackheim (2 episodes, 2016), Matt Shakman (2 episodes, 2017), 2019
In the mythical continent of Westeros, several powerful families fight for control of the Seven Kingdoms. As conflict erupts in the kingdoms of men, an ancient enemy rises once again to threaten them all. Meanwhile, the last heirs of a recently usurped dynasty plot to take back their homeland from across the Narrow Sea....


Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay, Travis Collins, Amélie Ravalec, 2015
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Girls Gone Dead, Michael Hoffman Jr (co-director), Aaron T Wells (co-director), 2012
Six former cheerleaders decide to spend their first college spring break partying at Manatee Creek, but the weekend turns deadly when a killer armed with a battle axe is let loose. ...


The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Jonathan Alwyn (7 episodes, 1971-1973), Alan Cooke (3 episodes, 1971), Jim Goddard (3 episodes, 1971), Graham Evans (2 episodes, 1971-1973), Derek Bennett (2 episodes, 1973), Reginald Collin (2 episodes, 1973), Bill Bain (1 episode, 1971), Piers Haggard (1 episode, 1971), Kim Mills (1 episode, 1971), Mike Vardy (1 episode, 1971), Peter Duguid (1 episode, 1973), Don Leaver (1 episode, 1973), Dennis Vance (1 episode, 1973), 1973
This British TV series, shot almost entirely on videotape, dramatized short mystery fiction by authors who were contemporaries of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Many of these authors were virtually unknown to modern audiences, although all of the detectives portrayed had appeared in popular ongoing series of short stories or novels. "Rivals" featured the only dramatizations to date of such period characters as Jacques Futrelle's "The Thinking Machine"...