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Paul Calinescu (1902–2000)

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Romanian film maker, a graduate of the University of Bucharest. He directed his country's first documentary România (1934). The ethnographic film Tara Motilor (1939) ("The Land of the Motzi") won the Best Documentary Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1939.

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(age 97) in Bucharest, Romania

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Floarea reginei
Floarea reginei Director
(1946)
Titanic Waltz
Titanic Waltz Director
(1964)
Pe raspunderea mea
(1956)
România
România Director
(1934)

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 1964 Titanic Waltz
 1962 Porto-Franco
 1954 Desfasurarea
 1952 La un punct de agitatie (Short)
 1951 Toamna în delta (Documentary short)
 1950 Rasuna valea
 1947 Agnita Botorca (Documentary)
 1940 Uzinele Malaxa (Documentary short)
 1939 Tara Motilor
 1936 Bucuresti, orasul contrastelor (Documentary short)
 1936 Colturi din România (Documentary)
 1934 România (Documentary)
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 1964 Titanic Waltz
 1946 Floarea reginei (dialogue) / (script)
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Romanian film maker, a graduate of the University of Bucharest. He directed his country's first documentary România (1934). The ethnographic film Tara Motilor (1939) ("The Land of the Motzi") won the Best Documentary Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1939.

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