Frank Howson
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Frank Howson

Australian Film Director
Male
Born 1952
Age 64
Hometown Melbourne
Other Names Frank Michael Howson

Frank Howson has had a career in entertainment. He directed Flynn on the early life of Errol Flynn and Hunting (1991). Howson, with Peter Boyle, helped establish Boulevard Films which produced thirteen films from Boulevard of Broken Dreams (1988) to Flynn; besides producing for Boulevard Films, Howson often wrote scripts and directed.… Read More

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Romance

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  • Mischa Roberts
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  • Sean Young
    Dated 2002
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  • Danica Alexander
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  • Terri Garber
    Married 2001 - 2002
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  • Michelle Leblanc
    Dated 1998
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  • Debra Herbold
    Dated 1998
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  • Amy Ephron
    Dated 1997
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  • Marcia Groff
    Dated 1997
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  • Lesley Parker
    Dated 1988
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  • Samantha Evans
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  • Dawn Holding
    Dated 1979
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  • Lynn Murphy
    Married 1979
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  • Megan Williams
    Dated 1979
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  • Elizabeth Collins
    Dated 1978
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  • Kay Anderson
    Dated 1976
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  • Jan Anderson
    Dated 1976
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  • Elisabeth Waters
    Married 1974
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  • Pamela Wilson
    Dated 1970
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  • Yvonne Cohen
    Dated 1969
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Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1952 Birth Born in 1952.

THIRTIES

1983 31 Years Old 1 More Event
Howson released two other singles This Night (Howson, Kenneth Firth, Miller) and 1983 The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (John Capek, Howson).
1987 35 Years Old 1 More Event
Howson was manager of the Australian branch of German-based I.C. Records to publish musical works (including his own) distributed by EMI. He signed New Romantic band Pseudo Echo and co-wrote their songs ‘’Autumnal Park’’ and ‘’Destination Unknown’’ with Tony Lugton, they later had a 1987 #1 hit in Australia with their version of Funky Town. I.C. Records scored 3 national hits in Australia in its first 12 months of operation.

FORTIES

Howson moved to Hollywood in 1997 after a falling out with his business partner and the collapse of Boulevard Films. … Read More
2000 48 Years Old Richard Wolstencroft formed MUFF in 2000 and appointed Howson as President of the Jury.

FIFTIES

2005 53 Years Old Boulevard Films' The Intruder (directed by Wolstencroft) and The Final Stage (directed by Howson) were both presented at the 2005 festival.
2006 54 Years Old The following year saw Howson's film Remembering Nigel tie with Penny by John King for MUFF's 2006 Best Short Film award. … Read More
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