Mark Egerton directed two feature films after a very large number on which he worked as 1st AD. He afterwards returned to his specialist 1st AD role, more often in Hollywood than in Australia.
Crosstalk (Mark Egerton, 1982) aka Wall to Wall; unacknowledged remake of Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954); dp Vincent Monton; thriller; computer inititates deadly games
Winds of Jarrah, The (Mark Egerton, 1985) prod. Mark Egerton and Marj Pearson for Film Corporation of Western Australia, WA, wr. Mark Egerton, based on a storyline, characters and screenplay by Anne Brooksbank and Bob Ellis, based on the novel The House in the Timberwoods by Joyce Dingwell, 1959, dp Geoff Burton; location: Dorrigo, NSW; first film adapted from a Mills & Boon novel; set in 1946; originally to be shot in Pemberton; Isabelle Anderson, Steve Bisley, Terence Donovan, Harold Hopkins, Susan Lyons, Emil Minty, Martin Vaughan, Dorothy Alison, Nikki Gemmell, Steven Grives, Mark Kounnas, Bill McCluskey; Panavision, Eastman colour, 35 mm, wide screen, 94 min.
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