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Nationality  Romanian
Name  Lucian Pintilie
Role  Film director

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Born  9 November 1933 (age 82) (1933-11-09) Tarutina, Bessarabia, Kingdom of Romania, today Ukraine
Occupation  film director, screenwriter
Spouse  Clody Berthola (m. 1965–2007)
Awards  Gopo for Career Achievement
Nominations  Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Director, Resident Production
Movies  The Reenactment, The Oak, Next Stop Paradise, An Unforgettable Summer, Niki and Flo
Similar People  Victor Rebengiuc, Liviu Ciulei, Razvan Vasilescu, Cristi Puiu, George Constantin

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Lucian Pintilie ([lut͡ʃiˈan pintiˈli.e]; born 9 November 1933) is a Romanian film director and screenwriter.

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Biography

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Lucian Pintilie is a Romanian-born director whose career in theater, opera, film and television has gained him international recognition. From 1960 to 1972 he was resident director at the Bulandra Theatre in Bucharest, Romania. His productions there included George Bernard Shaw's Cesar and Cleopatra, Lorraine Hansberry's A Place in the Sun, William Saroyan's My Heart's in the Highlands, Max Frisch's Biedermann and the Firebugs, Nikolai Gogol's Inspector General and Anton Chekhov's Cherry Orchard. He also directed the Romanian classic comedy Carnival Scenes by Ion Luca Caragiale which won the 1967 Prize for the best direction and best production at the National festival of theater in Romania. From 1973 to 1982 he directed mainly in France at the Théâtre national de Chaillot and the Théâtre de la Ville where he staged, among other plays, Carlo Gozzi's Turandot, Henrik Ibsen's Wild Duck, and Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters and Seagull. In France, he directed also several operas including a production of Oresteia by Aurel Stroe, based on the Greek tragedy, at the Festival in Avignon and Mozart's Magic Flute at the Festival in Aix-en-Provence. He also directed Bizet's Carmen for the Welsh National Opera of Cardiff, Wales. His films brought him international reputation. Sunday at Six o Clock won the Prize of the Jury at the International film festival in Mar del Plata, Argentina in 1966, and the Grand Prize of the Jury at the International Encounter of Films for Youth at Cannes, France in 1967. In 1968, he produced The Reconstruction considered by film historians to be the most important representation of Romanian cinema. In 1975 he filmed for Yugoslavian television Ward Number 6, his own adaptation of Chekhov's famous story. It won the Catholic Film Office Prize at the Cannes film festival. In the United States, in addition to his work at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Pintilie staged Tartuffe and The Wild Duck at Arena Stage.

Filmography

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  • Duminică la ora şase (1965) (director)
  • Reconstituirea (1968) (screenwriter and director)
  • Paviljon VI (1978) (director)
  • De ce trag clopotele, Mitică? (1982) (screenwriter and director) - see also the "Portrayals and tributes" section at Mitică
  • Balanţa (1992) (screenwriter, producer and director)
  • An Unforgettable Summer (1994) (screenwriter and director)
  • Prea târziu (1996) (screenwriter and director)
  • Terminus Paradis (1998) (screenwriter and director)
  • The Afternoon of a Torturer (2001) (screenwriter and director)
  • Niki and Flo (2003) (director)
  • Tertium non datur (2006) (screenwriter and director)


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    References

    Lucian Pintilie Wikipedia


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