Otakar Krivánek

Otakar Krivánek (September 1931 – October 1997) was a Slovakian director of documentaries and feature films.

Otaker studied at FAMU in Prague after graduating from his secondary school in Presov. He also studied Architecture in Bratislava.

After graduation Otaker began directing theatre productions at the Academy of Performing Arts in 1955 before moving on to regional theatre in Nitra.

In 1960 Otaker began studying documentary filmmaking and in 1971 began working on feature films.

1963 Rozhovor
1965 Fotografia
1966 Cesta
1968 Čas, ktorý žijeme
1969 Deň náš každodenný
1973 Srdce na lane
1975 Milosrdný čas
1975 Vojaci slobody
1979 Blízke diaľavy
1980 Otec ma zderie tak či tak
1982 Predčasné leto

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