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THE OFFICIAL FILMOGRAPHY of

AL STOKES

Pixie Productions


FILM DIRECTOR THE RUSTIC MORALIST - 2011 A conceptualisation, dramatised scenes of contemporary life set to the words of Thomas Gray’s 16th century poem Elegy In A Country Churchyard. Music: Andy Merritt Narrator: Jon Crampton PHOENIX - 1994 Live concert performance of the German rock band Phoenix in Bremen, Germany. Producer: Mark Robbins WHERE HAVE ALL THE CRUSTIES GONE? - 1988 Synopsis: the 1985 film updated with new material to include the 1988 Summer Solstice at Stonehenge and the Peace Convoy riot. Producer: Pixie Productions Digitally re-mastered: 2006 HERE & NOW, BEEN & GONE – 1986 Synopsis: farewell concert of the space punk band Here & Now, filmed live at Dingwalls Dancehall, January 1986. Also includes interviews with the band. Songs include “Secrets,” “Theatre,” “Fantasy Shift,” “Opium For The People” plus 9 more. Producer: Vance GoodwinCinema Distributor: Glenbuck Films Sound Track Album: Cold Harbour Records WHERE HAVE ALL THE CRUSTIES GONE? - 1985 Synopsis: director Al Stokes tracks down the survivors of ‘The Battle of The Beanfield’ who had their mobile homes trashed when the police brutally stopped the, so-called, Peace Convoy from attending the 12th annual Stonehenge Peoples’ Free Festival. Producer: Pixie Productions Distributor: Glenbuck Films


STREET OF EXPERIENCE – 1985 Synopsis: film of the last night party & eviction of Europe’s biggest squat (Norwich, UK) which ran from December 1979 to February 1985. Includes interviews with members of The Argyle Street Alternative Republic. Producer: Pixie Productions STONEHENGE 1984, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT ROCK SHOW Synopsis: rock concert film of the last ever Stonehenge Peoples’ Free Festival featuring Roy Harper, Hawkwind, The Enid and Here & Now. Also contains Al’s earlier press photos of the festival site and activities. Producer: Pixie Productions Cinema Distributor: Glenbuck Films BBC2 OPEN DOOR GET UP, STAND UP - 1979 Synopsis: documentary of the London based Legalise Cannabis Campaign as they try to change the drugs law. Producer: Eddie Montague, BBC TV Transmission: BBC 2, October 1979 ICE CREAM DREAM – 1978 Synopsis: documentary based on the trials and tribulations of wannabe rock band Valkyrie as they strive for success in the over crowded late-70’s post-punk music industry. Also features live performances fromThe Mojos and industry interviews.  Distributor: AZ FilmsFestivals: Cannes MIP 1979 Transmission: Channel TV, October 1979; Hong Kong TV. GLAZEN – 1975. Synopsis: band-on-the-road film featuring the West German pop band Crackerjack as they toured around the music venues of northern Germany. Produced at: Studio Hamburg Distributor: AZ Films Festivals: Cannes MIP 1976


1ST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR/INTERVIEWER/EDITOR DOWNHAM AMONGST THE DEAD MEN 1989 Live performance of the UK Subs recorded at Downham Market (Norfolk, UK) Town Hall. Also features interviews with members of the band. Songs include “Rock n’ Roll Savage,” “Motivator,” “Combat Zone,” “Emotional Blackmail” plus 16 more Director: Steve Harnett Producer: Jungle Records Sound Track Album: Jungle Records On-line Distributor: Yahoo

1ST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR THE PROMISE – 1997 Virgin Records promo Production Company: Edge Films Director: Raf Morant THE RHYTHM MASTERS – 1997 Island Records promo Production Company: Edge Films Director: Raf Morant


ACTOR – FILM, TV, THEATRE & PROMO  Dancer – Violent Delight promo; Dom Hailstone Ice Films 2003 MTV Alexander The Great – Discovery Channel – 2001 Zombie – Cradle of Fear - Pragmatic Films – 2000 Tube Creature – UNKLE – Jake Scott RSA – 1999 MTV Creature Dancer – Cradle To Enslave – Pragmatic Films – 1999 MTV Farmer – Gomez – The End Productions – 1999 (MTV) Nude Dancer – Easy Girls – dir: Nick Galitzine Partizan Films – 1999 MTV Porn movie guy – Dead Babies - 1999 Skinhead Thug – Crossing The Line – BBC TV - 1998 Priest Mummy – The Mummy - Universal Pictures - 1998 Shopkeeper – Brook Bond Commercial– HPBB – 1998 Pyjama Model – Virgin Airways Commercial - 1997 Druggie – The Bill – Pearson TV - 1997 Dying Patient – Touching Evil - ? - 1997 Drunken Writer – Dance To The Music of Time – BBC TV - 1997 Medieval City Gent – Alas Smith & Jones – Pearson TV - 1997 Hospital Smoker – Underworld - ? - 1997 Street Beggar – EastEnders – BBC TV - 1997 Old Bloke – Spice World – 1997 Creature – Aphex Twin Come To Daddy – Chris Cunningham – 1997 MTV Murdered Vagrant – McCullam – Scottish TV 1997 Junkie – The Bill – ITV - 1996 Junkie – This Life – BBC TV - 1996 Mad Inmate – Screen 2 Deacon Brodie – BBC TV - 1996 Prisoner In Hell – Thundergod promo – Stigma Films – 1996 MTV Nobleman – Lloyds Bank Commercial – BBC TV - 1996 Market Trader – Neverwhere – BBC TV - 1996 New Age Traveller – The Accused – BBC TV - 1996 Armed Robber – Dangerfield – Central TV - 1996 Bare Knuckle Fighter – Back Up – BBC TV - 1996 Drunk – Screen 2 Brazen Hussies – BBC TV - 1996 Barman – London’s Burning – ITV - 1996 Cult Chanter – Jonathan Creek Creed of Eden – BBC TV - 1996 Grim Reaper – Polaroid Commercial - ? - 1996 Drunk In Pub – EastEnders – BBC TV - 1996 Armed Robber – Crimewatch – BBC TV - 1996 Bail Jumper – Bliss - ? – 1996 Cancer Patient – Out of The Blue - BBC TV - 1995 William Vickers – Horizon Asylum War – BBC TV - 1995 Jester Waiter – Barbara – Central TV - 1995 Dosser – Casualty – BBC Bristol - 1995 Drunken Singing Weasel – Wind In The Willows – Terry Jones Davros Prods - 1995


Aids Patient – Madison – ITV - 1995 Creature Dancer – The Auteurs – Chris Cunningham – 1995 MTV Ship Wrecked Sailor – 1 In A Million – LWT - 1995 Market Trader – The Knock – LWT - 1995 Dosser – Casualty – BBC TV - 1995 TV Reporter – Screen 2 Breed of Heroes - BBC TV – 1994 Rent Boy Pimp – Screen 2 Meat - BBC TV – 1994 Skinhead Thug – Between The Lines – BBC TV – 1994 Skinhead Thug – Casualty - BBC TV – 1994 Eco Bomber – The Chief – Anglia TV - 1994 Shill – Lovejoy – BBC TV - 1994 Prisoner – Measure For Measure – RSC/BBC TV - 1994 Prisoner – Screen 2 Rudkin Fudge – BBC TV - 1994 Reporter – Frank Stubbs - ? – 1994 Skinhead Thug – The Chief – Anglia TV - 1993 Football Thug – Tango Commercial - ? – 1993 Junkie – Suffolk Health Authority – 1989

PHOTO MODEL Ugly Bloke/generic titles – Chris Evans TFI Friday – Ch5 – 1996 to 1997

PHOTO GALLERY

(above) Al Stokes’ Sinking Fast Theatre Company at the 1993 Glastonbury Festival with his stage play “Titanic - Testament To Arrogance”


(left) Al Stokes performing a double act stand-up routine of “The Crusty Creation” at The Earlham Park Festival 1994

(below) Al Stokes, extreme right, as a ship wrecked sailor in “1-In-A-Million” London Weekend Television, 1995 Director: Michael Toppin


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(above) before and after, thrashed & beaten Al Stokes as William Vickers in “Horizon - Asylum War” Director: Julian Birkett, 1995

(left) Al Stokes as the murdered vagrant in “MacCullum” Scottish TV, 1997


(above) Al Stokes, left, as the screaming creature in “Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy” Director: Chris Cunningham, 1997 Production Company: RSA


(above) Al Stokes as the Underground creature in “UNKLE” Director: Jake Scott, 1999 Producer: John Payne Production Company: RSA


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(above) Al Stokes as the Old Man / Zombie in “Cradle of Fear” Director: Alex Chandon, 1999 Production Company: Pragmatic Films

(left) Al Stokes under going make-up by CreatureFX on the set of “The 13th Sign” Director: Adam Mason, 2000


Al Stokes Official Filmography