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Prasanna Vithanage

Born in 1962, Prasanna Vithanage became involved in theatre on leaving school. He translated and directed Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man" in 1986, and Dario Fo's "Trumpets and Raspberries" in 1991. In 1992, he directed his first film "Sisila Gini Gani" (Ice of Fire). It won nine OCIC (Sri Lanka) Awards including Best Director, Best Actor and Best... See full bio »
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With You, Without You
Death on a Full Moon Day
August Sun
August Sun Director
Flowers of the Sky


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 2015 Silence in the Courts (Documentary)
 2008 Flowers of the Sky (written by)
 2003 August Sun (story)
 1997 Death on a Full Moon Day (writer)
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 2014 Premaya Nam (executive producer) (completed)
 2015 Silence in the Courts (Documentary) (producer)
 2008 Flowers of the Sky (co-producer)
 2008 Machan (producer)
 1997 Death on a Full Moon Day (producer)

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5' 7" (1.7 m)

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