Sean McAllister (filmmaker)
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2 May 1965 |
Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
|Alma mater||National Film and Television School|
Sean McAllister (born 2 May 1965) is a British documentary filmmaker.
- A Syrian Love Story 2014 - Tenfoot Films in development 
- The Reluctant Revolutionary 2012 - Tenfoot Films
- Japan: A Story of Love and Hate 2008 - Tenfoot Films
- The Liberace of Baghdad 2004 - Tenfoot Films
- Hull's Angel 2002 - Channel 4 'True Stories'
- Settlers 2000 - Channel 4 'True Stories'
- The Minders 1998 - BBC 'Modern Times'
- Working for the Enemy 1997 - Mosaic Films / BBC2
- Shoot out in Swansea 1997 - Vagabond Films / BBC
- Just People 1995 / 1998 - NFTS / Channel 4
- Hitting 1995 - NFTS
- Life with Brian 1994 - NFTS
- Crematorium 1993 - NFTS
- The Season 1990 - Homemade Films
- A Passing Thought 1989 - Frontier Films
- Flyingdales 1988 - Frontier Films
- Toxic Waste 1988 - Frontier Films
- Hessle Road 1988 - Frontier Films
- Winner, Special Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival 2005
- Winner, Best Ethnographic/Anthropological Film Boulder International Film Festival
- Special Jury Prize, Chicago International Documentary Festival
- "A Syrian Love Story selected after BFI Film Fund pitching session". British Film Institute. 28 January 2014. Retrieved 1 February 2014.
- "Nonfiction Has Its Day at Sundance". The New York Times. 31 January 2005. Retrieved 13 December 2010.
- "McAllister unhinges the nail that sticks out sorely - a review of Japan: A Story of Love and Hate" by Rebecca Frankel, Channel Four, Four Docs, November 12, 2008, retrieved November 15, 2008
- Japan: A Story of Love and Hate by The Passionate Eye for CBC.
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