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Radu Gabrea

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Radu Gabrea

Radu Gabrea (born 1937, Bucharest, Romania)
Gabrea graduated from the Theater and Cinema Institute after Ion Caragiale in 1968. He took part in the Cannes FF with his first two films Too Small for Such a Great War and Beyond the Sands. After shooting Beyond the Sands he left Romania. In 1974-1997 Gabrea worked in Germany. In 1986 he graduated from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium with his final thesis Werner Herzog and the Mystic of Rhine (Werner Herzog et La Mystique Rhénane, Histoire et Theorie du Cinéma) published in French in Lausanne by the L’Age d’Homme publishers in the same year. In 1998 Gabrea returned to Bucharest as the head of National Cinema Department, the Ministry of Culture of Romania. He is a producer, director and screenwriter.

Filmography
Too Small for Such a Great War (Prea mic pentru un razboi atît de mare, 1969), Bucharest Memories (Amintiri bucurestene, 1970), Beyond the Sands (Dincolo de nisipuri, 1973), Fürchte dich nicht, Jakob! (1982), A Man Called Eva (Ein Mann wie EVA, 1984), The Secret of the Ice Cave (1989), Rosenemil (1993), Im Zeichen der Liebe (1994), Struma (2001), Noro (2002), The Beheaded Rooster (Der Geköpfte Hahn, 2007), Calatoria lui Gruber (2008)

 

 

 

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