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Also Known As: Mario Camus Garcia Died:
Born: April 20, 1932 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Spain Profession: director, screenwriter, instructor

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Comparatively prolific (he's made some 20 films since the mid-60s) Spanish director who began his career collaborating on several scripts for Carlos Saura. Camus gained much international attention with "The Holy Innocents" (1984), which earned best actor honors at Cannes for Alfredo Landa and Francisco Rabal, and several years later returned with a notable adaptation of Garcia Lorca's "The House of Bernarda Alba" (1987).

Comparatively prolific (he's made some 20 films since the mid-60s) Spanish director who began his career collaborating on several scripts for Carlos Saura. Camus gained much international attention with "The Holy Innocents" (1984), which earned best actor honors at Cannes for Alfredo Landa and Francisco Rabal, and several years later returned with a notable adaptation of Garcia Lorca's "The House of Bernarda Alba" (1987).

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  Vuelta de El Coyote, La (1998) Director
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  Adosados (1996) Director
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  Courage (1994) Director
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  Shadows in a Battle (1993) Director
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  Despues del Sueno (1992) Director
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  Rusa, La (1988) Director

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Worked on scripts for Saura's "The Scoundrels" (1959) and "Lament for a Bandit" (1963)
1963:
Feature directing debut, "Los farsantes"

Education

Instituto de Investigaciones y Experiencias Cinematograficas: -

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