Giles Foreman Filmography
2015 Benjamin - Dir: Simon Amstell
2015 L’ame du Tigre - Dir: Francois Yang
2015 Oleander - Dir: Giles Foreman
2015 Der Verdacht - Dir: Sabine Boss
2014 Schutzlos (Tatort Luzern) - Dir: Manuel Hendry
2014 Klassentreffen - Dir: Ulrike Schweige
2014 Job's Dinner - Dir: Giles Foreman
2014 Der Kreis - Dir: Stefan Haupt
2013 Lilting - Dir: Hong Khaou
2013 Ziellos - Dir: Nicklaus Hilbery
2013 Tatort (Luzern - ongoing) - Dir: various
2013 Achtung Fertig Charlie 2 - Dir: Oliver Rihs
2013 Der Goalie bin Ig - feature Dir: Sabine Boss
2013 Autour de Luisa – feature. Dir: Olga Bailliff
2012 Sperm - short. Dir: Nicola Quilter
2012 Feuchtgebiete - feature. Dir: David Wendt
2012 Gletscherblut - feature. Dir: Mervin Kren
2012 Dawn - feature. Dir: Romed Wyder
2012 Das Missen Masakker - feature. Dir: Michael Steiner
2011 Romeos - feature. Dir: Sabine Bernardi
2011 X Men-First Class - feature Dir: Matthew Vaughn
2011 Immortals - feature. Dir: Tarsem Singh
2010 Sennentuntschi - feature. Dir: Michael Steiner
2010 Ruhestrorung - TV Movie. Dir Robert Ralston
2010 Hugo Koblett - feature. Dir: Daniel Von Aarburg
2006 Swiss Grounding - feature. Dir: Michael Steiner
is one of the leading acting coaches in the UK and throughout Europe, and is a specialist in the Methodological approach to acting.
He co-founded Alchemical Arts Consulting alongside senior management expert Giles Ford, and has worked on a wealth of communications and training programmes - now through GFCA Corporate he brings acting expertise to revolutionise the potential of both people and organisations in the corporate world.
Giles is an expert on the Character Analysis work pioneered at the Drama Centre London under Yat Malmgren. He is therefore ideally placed to provide a unique view of individual psychology and team dynamics.
Giles Foreman Actor & Director
Giles was a founder member of EuroCircles, a company created to promote pan–European cultural exchange, and has produced a variety of pieces from around Europe, notably Lorca’s In Five Years Time, directed by the Spanish director Marta Momblant-Ribas (Critics Choice – Time Out and The Guardian), and an installation / performance event The Krankenhaus from Berlin. He worked with Visiting Arts (British Council) and the Gate to bring Tbilisi’s Basement Theatre to the Gate’s East Meets West season.
Giles Foreman trained as an actor himself at the Drama Centre, London under the renowned Christopher Fettes, Yat Malmgren and Reuven Adiv; an academy that produced a host of Internationally celebrated actors including Anthony Hopkins, Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, Anne Marie Duff, Paul Bettany, Michael Fassbender, Geraldine James, Tom Hardy and many others.
Giles studied alongside Helen McRory, Tara Fitzgerald, Anastasia Hille, Colin Tierney, John Simm and Anne Marie Duff among others. As a member of the teaching staff at Drama Centre London he taught during a period that produced many renowned actors notably, Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy. He has coached and or directed huge numbers of actors over the years. To name a few Santiago Cabrera, Gwendoline Christie, Ryan Gage, Stephen Wright, Ruta Gedmintas, Jaime Murray, Morven Christie, Daniel Sharman, Alex Gonzalez, Lily Cole, Aura Garrido, Alba Gonzalez, Carla Juri, Delia Meyer, Suki Waterhouse, Michael Neuenschwander, Merlin Leonhardt, Salvatore Greco, Tonia Sotiropoulou, Catrinel Marlon, Alessandra Balazs, Aleksy Komorowski, Alice Spisa.
Theatre credits include: Double Tongue (Border Crossings), Don Quixote (Gate Theatre), The Island (Eurocircles Tour – Georgia, Germany), A Language of Love (GIFT Festival, BAC), Shivah (Royal National Theatre), An Ideal Husband (Peter Hall Company, Haymarket Theatre), Merlin, The Broken Heart (Arts Threshold), Aubrey Beardsley in Beardsley (Stage One) and Boffi in Pirandello’s As You Desire Me (New End). TV credits include Bonekickers, Warwalks, The Bill and 100 per cent and his film work includes Trigger Tiger, Napanee, The Cave, Summer Suite, Red Wolf and The Changeling.
His directing work includes: Oedipus Rex (Arcola Theatre), Richard III (Courtyard Theatre), Macbeth, and The Other Side of the Wall (Tristan Bates Theatre), Hilda by Marie Ndiaye (Pentameters Theatre and the Edinburgh Festival for the Caravanserai), The Tempest (Central School of Speech and Drama), Dr Faustus (The Caravanserai at the Bridewell Theatre), Trenches (Pentameters). He co-wrote and directed Kicking Oscar’s Corpse, Joan of Arc, The Mayor of Zalamea, Britannicus, A Month in the Country, Six Characters in Search of an Author, As You Like It (Drama Centre, London), Party Time (Landor Theatre), The Suspicious Truth by Juan Ruiz de Alarcon (Garage Theatre) and Armenia – A Thousand Branches (Hellenic Centre).
In 2005 he founded Caravanserai Productions and Acting Studio alongside a group of advanced students, and is the current Director. In 2012 he created the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting in the heart of the UK film and TV industry in Soho, London; in 2014 he founded Micalzo Films - a production company with a slate of three films currently in development.
Giles has run workshops all over the world and has coached on many movies (See filmography). These include the award-winning film by Hong Khaou, Lilting starring Ben Whishaw; Schutzlos (Tatort); Der Kreis (which recently won the Teddy award and the audience award at the Berlin Film Festival and has been nominated as an entrant for the best foreign language film at the Oscars); the multi award-winning film Der Goalie bin Ig directed by Sabine Boss; Dawn directed by Romed Wyder and starring Jason Isaacs (UK, Swiss and Israeli co-production); Gletscherblut directed by Marvin Kren (Austria), Swiss Grounding, Sennentuntschi and Das Schweizer Missen Massaker all directed by Michael Steiner; Pedaleur du Charme directed by Daniel von Aarburg; the award-winning Teddy-nominated Romeos directed by Sabina Bernardi; and Ruhestoerung directed by Robert Ralston. He also worked on the video for the Kooks single – Sway. He regularly coaches actors individually on films, directed a short film Job’s Dinner starring Maureen Lipman and Philip Franks, and recently directed the pilot for a TV series, Oleander, in Luxembourg.