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Also Known As: Died: July 25, 1992
Born: July 11, 1928 Cause of Death: breast cancer
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Among the prominent Latin filmmakers to have emerged during the late-20th and early-21st centuries, director Fernando Meirelles has perhaps been the most critically acclaimed of them all-no small feat when his contemporaries have included Walter Salles, Alfonso Cuaron and Alejandro Amenabar. With his breakout feature, the Oscar-nominated "City of God" (2002), a violent and kinetic film about drug-dealing gangs in the slums of Rio de Janiero, Meirelles displayed a flair for stylized camera moves, rapid editing and gritty realism-elements that soon became trademarks. A one-time commercial director, Meirelles has taken a non-traditional approach to filmmaking, using barebones crews, non-actors in major roles and major stars as camera operators for point-of-view shots. The results have been some of the most stunning and vibrant films to have emerged from south of the Rio Grande.

Among the prominent Latin filmmakers to have emerged during the late-20th and early-21st centuries, director Fernando Meirelles has perhaps been the most critically acclaimed of them all-no small feat when his contemporaries have included Walter Salles, Alfonso Cuaron and Alejandro Amenabar. With his breakout feature, the Oscar-nominated "City of God" (2002), a violent and kinetic film about drug-dealing gangs in the slums of Rio de Janiero, Meirelles displayed a flair for stylized camera moves, rapid editing and gritty realism-elements that soon became trademarks. A one-time commercial director, Meirelles has taken a non-traditional approach to filmmaking, using barebones crews, non-actors in major roles and major stars as camera operators for point-of-view shots. The results have been some of the most stunning and vibrant films to have emerged from south of the Rio Grande.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Tennessee Champ (1954) Reporter
2.
 The Bounty Hunter (1954) Jud's wife
3.
 Bwana Devil (1952) Portuguese girl
4.
 Cry Murder (1950) Rosa Santorre
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husband:
Joseph Lessman.

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father:
Kevin Miller. Survived her.
son:
Lance Lessman. Survived her.

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