Dušan Trančík

Dušan Trančík (born 26 November 1946) is a Slovak film director and screenwriter. He directed 22 films between 1968 and 1993. His 1991 film When the Stars Were Red was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival.

55', Slovakia, 2006
Kurzes Gedächtnis
44', Austria, 1993
Šibenica/The Gallows-Tree
35', Czechoslovakia, 1969
Dva portréty
20', Czechoslovakia, 1991
Štestí sběratelů
20', Czechoslovakia, 1988
Třetí návrat aneb Slovenské tango 2
20', Czech Republic, 1994
Všední sen
14', Czechoslovakia, 1980

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