An Evening with Terence Stamp

SFFS Honors notable actor.


"Come to me, son of Jor-El, KNEEEEL before Zod!" Who can forget that line, belted from General Zod, played by Terence Stamp,  in "Superman II?"

Stamp, one of cinema's most iconic players, is to be honored this Friday, at the San Francisco International Film Festival, with the Peter J. Owens award.

He was born in a working-class London neighborhood in 1938, went on to work in advertising as a young man, and decided to become an actor. His motion picture debut was the title role in Peter Ustinov's 1962 film version of "Billy Budd," which he was nominated for an Academy Award.

He went on to demonstrate outstanding acting range, performing in films such as "Superman", "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert", "the Hit", "Legal Eagles", "Wall Street", and "The Limey."

Tickets for the show are $20 for members and $25 for general, and can purchased here.


Terence Stamp Selected Filmography
2011       The Adjustment Bureau
2008       Valkyrie
2008       Wanted
2008       Get Smart
2005       Elektra
2003       The Haunted Mansion
2001       My Wife is an Actress
2000       Red Planet
1999       Bowfinger
1999       Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace
1999       The Limey
1996       Tiré à part
1994       The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
1991      Beltenebros
1987       Wall Street
1987       The Sicilian
1986       Legal Eagles
1986       Link
1984       The Hit
1980       Superman II
1979       Meetings with Remarkable Men
1978       Superman
1975       The Divine Nymph
1970       The Mind of Mr. Soames
1968       Teorema
1968       Toby Dammit
1967       Poor Cow
1967       Far from the Madding Crowd
1966       Modesty Blaise
1965       The Collector
1962       Billy Budd

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