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Anita Doron


Born into a family of mountaineering engineers in Transcarpathia in the former USSR, Anita Doron is an award-winning Canadian-Hungarian writer, director and story editor. Her movies have screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, SXSW and at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. The Lesser Blessed, which she wrote and directed, ... See full bio »
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Known For

The Breadwinner
(2017)
The Lesser Blessed
(2012)
Late Fragment
Late Fragment Director
(2007)
Mystico Fantástico!
(2011)

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 2011 Seven Sins: Lust (Short)
 2011 C'est Mimi! (Short)
 2010 The Impresario (Documentary short)
 2010 Europa, East
 2009 City Sonic (TV Series documentary)
 2007 Late Fragment
 2004 Elliot Smelliot (Short)
 2002 Not a Fish Story (Short)
 2001 Simulacrum (Short)
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