Kostas Gavras

Kostas Gavras

The Greek director, Kostas Gavras, was born in Loutra Heraias, Arcadia on 12th February 1933. He studied Relative Literature in the Sorbonne and Cinematography in I.D.H.E.C. Prior to directing his first film, 'Murderers' Apartment’, in 1965, he worked on various productions as assistant to Clair and Leman.

Kostas Gavras was nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Movie in 1969 "Z", and won the Oscar for Best Script in 1982 "Missing". He also won the Golden Palm at the Cannes Festival in 1982 "Missing". For the film, "Amen", he won the Cesar award for Best Script in 2003.


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