Eric Till biography
Date of Birth: 1929
British born television/film director Eric began plying his craft at the
BBC, helming a number of series. By 1968 he released his first feature film
entitled Hot Millions, a comedy starring Peter Ustinov.
Till emigrated to Canada in the 1970s where he directed such critically
acclaimed "small" pictures as 1977's Bethune, in which Donald
Sutherland was cast as a real-life physician/political activist.
the next 20 years, Till continued to direct film and television for
Canada, the U.S. and Britain.
He released quality work including such
series as The Hitchhiker, Fraggle Rock and The Twilight
Zone, as well as telefilms The Girl Next Door, Win Again!,
Pit Poney, Small Gifts, Turning To Stone, and Glory
Enough For All: The Discovery of Insulin. Till has also directed for
the stage, including a production of Pygmalion for the Shaw Festival.
Till's work has garnered a number of Genie and Gemini nominations.
Red Green's Duct Tape Forever (2002)
Bonhoeffer: Agent of Grace (2000)
Oh, What a Night (1992)
Glory Enough for All (1988)
A Nest of Singing Birds (1987)
Bridge to Terabithia (1985)
Turning to Stone (1985)
Gentle Sinners (1983)
If You Could See What I Hear (1982)
Improper Channels (1981)
Wild Horse Hank (1979)
It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet (1975)
A Fan's Notes (1972)
The Walking Stick (1970)
Hot Millions (1968)
A Great Big Thing (1968)
Eric Till Filmography