Brian Kirk

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Brian Kirk
Born Brian Kirk
Nationality Irish
Occupation Film director, television director

Brian Kirk (born 1968 in Armagh, Northern Ireland)[1] is an Irish film and television director who has most recently directed episodes of Game of Thrones, FX's The Riches and Showtime's Brotherhood and The Tudors. He also directed the television film My Boy Jack starring David Haig and Daniel Radcliffe and based on the play of the same name.

Career[edit]

Kirk is scheduled to make his feature directional debut with the science-fiction film Passengers, starring Keanu Reeves.[2] Currently Jon Spaihts is writing the script for the film.[3] Kirk has also been named to direct the thriller Midnight Delivery for Universal Pictures, Guillermo del Toro will produce the film.[4] In July 2013 Kevin Costner was in talk to star in the film.[5]

Filmography[edit]

As director[edit]

  • Pulling Moves (5 episodes; 2004)
    • episode 1.01 "Claimitis"
    • episode 1.02 "Meat Is Murder"
    • episode 1.03 "The Quiz"
    • episode 1.04 "Dog Eat Dog"
    • episode 1.05 "Spousal Arousal"
  • Murphy's Law (4 episodes; 2004–2005):
    • episode 2.01 "Jack's Back"
    • episode 2.02 "Bent Moon on the Rise"
    • episode 3.01 "The Goodbye Look"
    • episode 3.03 "Strongbox"
  • Donovan (2005 TV series)
  • Funland (2005 TV series)
    • Episode #1.08
    • Episode #1.09
    • Episode #1.10
    • Episode #1.11
  • Middletown (2006 film)
  • The Riches (2 episodes; 2007):
    • episode 1.05 "The Big Floss"
    • episode 1.07 "Virgin Territory"
  • The Tudors (2 episodes; 2007):
    • episode 1.05 "Arise, My Lord"
    • episode 1.06 "True Love"
  • Brotherhood (2006–2007)
    • episode 1.10 "Vivekchaudamani: 51 (2006)
    • episode 2.02 "Down in the Flood 3:5-6"
  • Dexter (1 episode; 2009):
    • episode 4.02 "Remains to Be Seen"
  • Luther (2 episodes; 2010):
    • episode 1.01 "Episode 1"
    • episode 1.02 "Episode 2"
  • Luck (1 episode; 2012):
    • episode 1.05 "Episode Five"

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