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Arne Sucksdorff (1917–2001)


Arne Sucksdorff was born on February 3, 1917 in Stockholm, Sweden. He was a director and writer, known for The Great Adventure (1953), Mitt hem är Copacabana (1965) and The Flute and the Arrow (1957). He died on May 4, 2001 in Stockholm. See full bio »

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(age 84) in Stockholm, Sweden

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 1972 På jordens baksida (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 1957 The Flute and the Arrow (Documentary)
 1952 Vinden och floden (Documentary short)
 1951 Ett hörn i norr (Documentary short)
 1951 Indisk by (Short documentary)
 1950 Strandhugg (Short)
 1948 A Divided World (Documentary short)
 1948 Litsälven (Documentary short)
 1948 Uppbrott (Documentary short)
 1948 Den drömda dalen - Soria Moria (Documentary short)
 1946 Skuggor över snön (Documentary short)
 1944 The Shadow of the Hunter (Documentary short)
 1944 Trut! (Documentary short)
 1944 Sarvtid (Documentary short)
 1942 Vinden från väster (Documentary short)
 1941 En sommarsaga (Documentary short)
 1940 En augustirapsodi (Short)
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Swedish documentary film maker. Initially studied natural science at the University of Stockholm, but dropped out to work as a stage director under Rudolf Klein-Rogge. From there, he progressed to photography, winning a film magazine award. He decided, henceforth, on a career as a nature photographer. His initial effort in 1941, a short feature financed by himself, was so successful that he ... See more »

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