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Occupation  Film director
Name  Mircea Dragan
Spouse  Ioana Dragan
Years active  1955-1992
Role  Film director
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Born  3 October 1932 (age 83) (1932-10-03) Gura Ocnitei, Romania
Awards  Gopo Awards: Pro Cinema Award
Movies  Brigade Miscellaneous on Alert, The Column, Explosion, Cuibul salamandrelor, The Arms of Venus
Similar People  Ioana Dragan, Sebastian Papaiani, Dem Radulescu, Toma Caragiu, Jean Constantin

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Mircea Drăgan (born 3 October 1932) is a Romanian film director. He directed 23 films between 1955 and 1992. His 1961 film Thirst was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize. Two years later, his film Lupeni 29 was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival and it also won the Silver Prize. He was a member of the jury at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival. His 1973 film Explosion was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Diploma.

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Filmography

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  • Dincolo de brazi (1958) (with Mihai Iacob)
  • Setea (1961)
  • Lupeni 29 (1963)
  • Neamul Șoimăreștilor (1965)
  • Golgota (1966)
  • The Column (1968)
  • Brigada Diverse intră în acțiune (1970)
  • Brigada Diverse în alertă! (1971)
  • B.D. la munte și la mare (1971)
  • Explozia (1973)
  • Frații Jderi (1974)
  • Ștefan cel Mare - Vaslui 1475 (1974-5)
  • Cuibul salamandrelor (1977)
  • Aurel Vlaicu (1978)
  • The Arms of Venus (1979)
  • O lume fără cer (1981)
  • Plecarea Vlasinilor (1983)
  • Întoarcerea Vlasinilor (1984)
  • Raliul (1984)
  • Cucoana Chirița (1987)
  • Chirița în Iași (1988)
  • Atac în bibliotecă (1992)

  • Mircea Drăgan Local Maestrul Mircea Dragan a primit titlul de Cetatean de onoare
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    References

    Mircea Drăgan Wikipedia


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