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|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter, editor|
Nigel Bruce (great-grandfather)|
Will Gilbey (brother)
Gilbey began his movie career in the 2000s with the low-budget 2002 horror film Reckoning Day, working on the project as director, screenwriter, actor, cinematographer, editor, make-up artist and costume designer. In 2006 he wrote, directed and edited the crime drama Rollin' With The Nines. Gilbey wrote, directed and edited Rise of the Footsoldier in 2007. In 2009 he worked as editor on Jake West's comedy horror film Doghouse.
- Reckoning Day (2000)
- Rollin' With The Nines (2005)
- Rise of the Footsoldier (2007)
- A Lonely Place to Die (2010)
- Plastic (2013) - Director/Editor/Writer
- Julian Gilbey exclusive interview: British director talks ‘Reckoning Day’
- Rise of the Footsoldier
- Art & Features for Doghouse DVD, Blu-Ray
- Bradshaw, Peter (2011-09-08). "A Lonely Place to Die – review". Guardian.co.uk.
- "Julian Gilbey helming Plastic". firefly company. 20 December 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2012.
- The Rise of the Gilbeys - Screendaily
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