Director Nicolas Roeg, whose films include Don’t Look Now and Performance, has died aged 90, his family says.
In a career spanning six decades, he was celebrated for his original and controversial film-making.
His 1973 psychological thriller Don’t Look Now caused controversy for its graphic sex scenes.
Mr Roeg also directed Mick Jagger in the crime drama Performance and David Bowie in the science fiction movie The Man Who Fell To Earth.
Source BBC News