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Stewart Binns(71)

Crew | Lancaster (GB)

Stewart Binns is a British author and filmmaker who has produced many BAFTA, Grierson and Peabody award-winning documentaries.

Nick Marck(63)

Crew | Seattle (US)

Nick Marck is an American television director. He has worked on a number of episodes from the television series Veronica Mars, Northern Exposure, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Wonder Years. Some of his other directing credits include Monk, Gilmore Girls, Malcolm in the Middle, Dawson's Creek, The X-Files, Charmed and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Marck has also directed two films, The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story (1998) and National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure (2003).

Boris Buzančić(† 85)

Actor | Bjelovar (HR)

Boris Buzančić was a Croatian actor and politician. From 1990 to 1992 he was mayor of Zagreb, and from 1992 to 1995 member of the Croatian Parliament.

Irmgard Först(† 103)

Actress | Vienna / Wien (AT)

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David Tyler(60)


David Tyler (born 24 June 1961) is a British television and radio comedy producer, executive producer, and director. He is also the co-founder of the independent production company Pozzitive Television, which he set up in 1992 with Geoff Posner.

Erick Weiss


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Irene Korb(† 55)

Actress | Dresden (DE)

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Mary Arden(† 81)

Actress | St. Louis, Missouri (US)

Mary Dawne Arden (July 30, 1933 – December 13, 2014) was an American actress who worked in both Hollywood and Italy.

Adrienne Burgess(74)


Adrienne Burgess (born 20 November 1947) is a UK-based Australian actress, mainly seen on British television and resident in the UK. Her acting credits include: Doctor Who (in the serial The Sun Makers), Blake's 7, Terry and June, Just Good Friends, Dickens of London, The Bill, and the 1981 film Priest of Love. She is married to actor Martin Cochrane.

John Reese(† 70)

Crew | Sweetwater, Nebraska (US)

John Henry Reese (18 December 1910 – 15 August 1981) was an American author of Western and Crime Fiction. He won the prestigious 1952 New York Herald Tribune award for his first children's book, Big Mutt. He produced more than 40 Western novels and well over three hundred short stories. His first novel Sheehan's Mill, not in the Western genre, was published by Doubleday in 1943, during wartime publishing restrictions. Reese was born in Sweetwater, Nebraska, and died in Santa Maria, California. He went to school in Nebraska and Kansas. "I was the eldest of six children of a very poor couple. My father was a horse breaker and former cavalryman; my mother was the daughter of a frontier blacksmith and woodworker. I may be the last professional writer who talked to those survivors of the 1880s and 1890s and who grew up in the same environment. It was a specialized education for one job alone, the one I have." He married Margaret Smith in 1938, was divorced, and married Norma Spivack in 1962. Altogether he had seven children, one of whom was adopted. In addition to writing, John H. Reese worked for the U.S. Department of Internal Revenue and as a reporter for the Los Angeles Examiner in California and as a free-lance for newspapers in Mexico. His first Western novel was Signal Guns at Sunup written under the pseudonym of John Jo Carpenter. He is survived by his great granddaughter Kim who is also a published author.

Harry Booth

Crew | London (GB)

Harry Booth (born in London, England) is a film director, film producer, screenwriter and editor. He began his film career in 1941. He debuted as a director with the war documentary Blitz on Britain (1960). His subsequent films include A King's Story (1965), which was nominated for an Academy Award. Booth's work on television includes directing 14 episodes of Here Come the Double Deckers (1970-1971), a children's series.

Kurt Klopsch(† 83)

Actor | Berlin (DE)

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Alfred Wellm(† 74)

Crew | Krynica Morska (PL)

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Friedl Haerlin(† 79)

Actress | Gauting (DE)

Friedl Haerlin (29 December 1901 – 17 April 1981) was a German stage and film actress. During the 1930s she worked in cinema playing glamorous roles, mainly in comedy films. In the late 1930s, in order to boost her flagging career, she attempted to gain invitations to receptions given by Adolf Hitler. Her final film was the Austrian comedy Viennese Girls which was made in 1945, but was not released until 1949. Finding that offers of work were drying up she later emigrated to Peru, although she returned to spend her final years in her Bavarian hometown of Gauting.

Jacob Dahlin(† 39)

Actor | Västra Sönnarslövs socken (SE)

Jacob Dahlin (13 May 1952 in Kristianstad, Skåne, Sweden — 10 October 1991) was a Swedish TV- and radio-host. His hosted his first radio program Galaxen ("The Galaxy") in the beginning of the 1980s. Guests included Swedish comedian Täppas Fogelberg. He later acted on television shows including Jacobs Stege ("Jacob's Ladder") and Caramba!. In almost every episode of Jacobs Stege, Dahlin used the catchphrase "Skål, ta mig fan!" ("Cheers, dammit!"). Dahlin studied the Russian language and often reported about happenings in Russian popular culture. He also went to Moscow with his TV-show Jacobs Stege, broadcasting with the Russian television show, The Morning Post, with Yury Nikolayev as host. Nikolayev later got invited to Sweden to be on Jacobs Stege, and brought with him actress Alla Pugacheva. Pugacheva and Dahlin became friends and she was a frequent guest on his TV-show. One night he had the Soviet and US ambassadors as guests on his TV show, speaking to them fluently in their own languages. Dahlin also recorded with Pugacheva, including the single "Superman" as a duet. The recording led to Pugacheva getting to record her first entire English-language album, Alla Pugacheva in Stockholm, which was released in 1985. Guests on his television show included Diana Ross, Boy George, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, Janet Jackson, Tina Turner, Cher, Donna Summer, Liza Minnelli, Alla Pugacheva, Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, Eros Ramazzotti, Rod Stewart, Matia Bazar, and Tommy Körberg. Dahlin died in 1991 from an HIV/AIDS-related illness. Dahlin was homosexual. When Pugacheva was competing in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997 with her song Primadonna, she dedicated the song to him, saying "This song is for you, Jacob" in an interview.

Marguerite Allan(† 88)

Actress | St. Petersburg (RU)

Helen Marguerite Allan (30 August 1905^ – 29 January 1994) was a Russian-born British actress, who appeared in film roles between 1928 and 1942 Allan was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia before moving to the United Kingdom, where she married Kenneth Chapman in 1948. She died in Wokingham, Berkshire on 29 January 1994 at the age of 88.

Ted Billings(† 67)

Actor | London, England (GB)

Ted Billings (April 7, 1880 – July 5, 1947) was an American character actor of the silent and sound film eras. Born in London, England on April 7, 1880, Billings made his film debut in the role of the Witch, in 1917's The Babes in the Woods, which starred Francis Carpenter and Virginia Lee Corbin as Hansel and Gretel. Over the course of his career he would appear in over 100 films, mostly in unnamed, un-credited roles. Some of the more notable films in which he appeared include: in the featured role of Ludwig in 1935's Bride of Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff; the 1937 version of The Prince and the Pauper, Errol Flynn, Claude Rains, and Billy and Bobby Mauch; Stagecoach (1939), starring John Wayne and Claire Trevor; Mrs. Miniver (1942), starring Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon; the Bob Hope comedy, The Princess and the Pirate; and the 1947 classic comedy, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, starring Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo. His final screen appearance was in a small, unnamed role in Otto Preminger's Forever Amber, starring Linda Darnell and Cornel Wilde; the film was released in October 1947, three months after Billings' death on July 5, 1947.

Alfons Biedermann

Crew | Munich / München (DE)

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Petr Šabach(† 66)

Crew | Prague / Praha (CZ)

Petr Šabach (August 23, 1951 – September 16, 2017) was a Czech writer.

Peter Lennon(† 81)


Peter Gerard Lennon (28 February 1930 – 18 March 2011) was an Irish journalist and film director, probably best known as director of the social history documentary film Rocky Road to Dublin. He worked for The Guardian newspaper for many years.

Michael Kreihsl(64)

Crew | Wien (AT)

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Known for: Die Wunderübung

Ataru Oikawa(64)

Crew | Tokyo / City of Tokyo (JP)

Ataru Oikawa (及川 中, Oikawa Ataru) is a Japanese film director and screenwriter. While working as an editor at Magazine House, he wrote screenplays, and made his debut as a screenwriter with his original scenario DOOR (dir. Banmei Takahashi). Later, he quit Magazine House and became a film director.

Belinda Cotterill(47)

Actress | New South Wales / NSW (AU)

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Yoshio Kosugi(† 64)

Actor | Nikko, Tochigi (JP)

Yoshio Kosugi (小杉 義男 Kosugi Yoshio, 15 September 1903, 12 March 1968) was a Japanese actor. He appeared in more than 120 films from 1924 to 1967.

Svatopluk Havelka(† 83)

Crew | Vrbice (CZ)

Svatopluk Havelka (born 2 May 1925 – 24 February 2009) was a Czech composer.

Florelle(† 76)

Actress | Les Sables-d'Olonne, Vendée (FR)

Florelle was a French film actress.

John Twist(† 77)

Crew | Albany, Missouri (US)

John Twist (July 14, 1898 – February 11, 1976) was an American screenwriter whose career spanned four decades. Born John Stuart Twist in Albany, Missouri, he began his career in the silent film era, providing the story for such films as Breed of Courage, Blockade, and The Big Diamond Robbery. He earned his first screenwriting credit for The Yellowback in 1929. Twist died in Beverly Hills, California.

Tom Hanson


Tom studied at RADA, and performed in ten of their productions, including Oedipus, Much Ado About Nothing, and Poetic Bodies. He then featured in several productions across the UK, including taking on the role of Hugo in Posh – the play based on an exclusive Oxford dining club – in Nottingham Playhouse.Tom Hanson broke into television with his role as Craig Meehan in BBC drama, The Moorside.

Michael Rowe

Crew | Ballarat / Ballaarat (AU)

Michael Rowe (born 1971 in Ballarat, Australia) is an Australian film director and screenwriter. Rowe studied English post-colonial literature at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. His artistic career first began as a poet, winning the Melbourne Fringe Festival Poetry Prize. He then moved to theatre and wrote three plays. In 1994, at the age of 23, he traveled to Mexico and made it his adoptive home. In 1998, while in Mexico, he began a career as a journalist while studying screenwriting at a Vincente Leñero workshop. In 2005, one of his first scripts, Naturalezas muertas won at the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía. In 2006, he directed his first short film, Cacahuates. Silencio followed in 2007. Though English is his native language, the bulk of his film work is done in Spanish. In 2010, Rowe directed Año bisiesto (Leap Year), which garnered him the Caméra d'Or prize for best first time feature film director at the Cannes Film Festival. The film was well received by critics. His follow-up film, The Well (Manto acuífero) premiered at the Rome Film Festival in 2013. In 2013, it was announced that Rowe is working on his English feature debut slated for production in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The film is a co-production between a Quebec production house Possibles Media (run by (fr) Serge Noël) and Australia's Freshwater Pictures (run by Trish Lake) and stars Suzanne Clément. The film had a first cut shown in Melbourne film festival where it was reviewed, but the official international premiere of the director's cut was at the Venice Mostra where it won the Venice Days Award for 2015.

Henry Lai


Henry Lai Wan-man (Chinese: 黎允文) is a Chinese film composer based in Hong Kong who created the original score for more than 50 films.

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