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Baillie Walsh
Baillie Walsh

(1959-12-14)14 December 1959
OccupationFilm director

Baillie Walsh is a film director and screenwriter.[1]


Walsh made his feature-film debut with Flashbacks of a Fool,[2] starring Daniel Craig and Felicity Jones, which he wrote and directed. He has also directed the documentaries Mirror Mirror, Lord Don't Slow Me Down, Springsteen & I, and Being James Bond, a documentary about Daniel Craig's tenure in the role.

Walsh has also created films and advertisements for many corporate brands including for Levis, Sony, Huawei, Citroën, Versace, Hugo Boss, Cartier, YSL, and Thierry Mugler, and has worked with actors such as Eva Mendes, Ryan Reynolds, Scarlett Johansson, and Anne Hathaway.

He has also directed many videos for music artists[3] such as Oasis, Kylie Minogue, New Order, INXS, and Spiritualized.

Other notable works include the hologram installation of Kate Moss[4] for the designer Alexander McQueen, Massive Attack’s seminal ‘Unfinished Sympathy’ video, and the 2018 charity video Malaria Must Die So Millions Can Live. Walsh also directed ABBA Voyage Arena — an ABBA concert not featuring the live band, but using technology to bring the band to life.



  1. ^ Baillie Walsh Nowness article
  2. ^ Baillie Walsh interview promoting the release of :Flashbacks of a Fool
  3. ^ Baillie Walsh Nowness article
  4. ^ Kate Moss in 3D Behind the scenes
  5. ^ Flashbacks of a Fool