Julian Gilbey is a British film director, editor and screenwriter.
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.
In 2011 he directed and edited survival thriller A Lonely Place to Die, co-written with his brother Will Gilbey.
In 2013 Gilbey directed the international thriller Plastic, that he co-wrote with Will Gilbey and Chris Howard.
His great-grandfather was British actor Nigel Bruce and his brother Will is a screenwriter.