Richard Loncraine Overview

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Born: October 20, 1946

Born in Cheltenham, England, Richard Loncraine has gained a reputation as an extremely versatile director with a wide range of styles to his credit. He began his career as a sculptor, with his work being displayed from time to time at the Institute of Contemporary Art. He made a name for himself when he designed Newton's Cradle - swinging silver balls hanging from strings that clack from side to side. For a time, they were found on many executives' desks. He made the transition to directing... See All

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