Rose made his feature film debut with PAPERHOUSE (1988) which won the Grand Prix at the Avoriaz Film Festival. Rose subsequently made the WWII drama, CHICAGO JOE AND THE SHOWGIRL (1989), starring Keifer Sutherland. Rose then moved to the United States to make CANDYMAN (1992) starring Virginia Madsen from a screenplay by Rose based on a short story by Clive Barker. CANDYMAN, recently named one of the 10 scariest films of all time by the London Times, has spawned several sequels.
IMMORTAL BELOVED (1994) starred Gary Oldman and Isabella Rosselini and was Rose's Beethoven biopic. Rose's adaptation of ANNA KARENINA (1996) starring Sophie Marceau, became the first major western movie to shoot in Russia. Rose, with his partner Lisa Enos, produced, wrote and directed ivansxtc (2000) which has been shown at the Toronto and Berlin film festivals.
Bernard Rose Facts
|Birthday||August 14, 1960 (61)|
|Birthplace||London, England, United Kingdom|