Juraj Herz

Juraj Herz Juraj Herz (4 September 1934 – 8 April 2018) was a Slovak film director, actor, and scene designer, associated with the Czechoslovak New Wave movement of the 1960s. He is best known for his 1969 horror/black comedy ''The Cremator'', often cited as one of the best Czechoslovak films of all time, though many of his other films achieved cult status. He directed for both film and television, and in the latter capacity he directed episodes of a French-Czech television series based on George Simenon's Maigret novels. Provided by Wikipedia
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Herz, Juraj Den pro mou lásku : Marta vančurová a Vlastimil Harapes v psychologickém filmu Juraje Herze [videozáznam] / režie Juraj Herz 1976
Herz, Juraj Habermannův mlýn [videozáznam] / režie Juraj Herz ; hudba Elia Cmiral ; hrají Mark Waschke, Karel Roden 2011
Herz, Juraj 1934- Autopsie : (pitva režiséra) / text Juraj Herz a Jan Drbohlav 2015
Němec, Martin, 1957- T.M.A. / Martin Němec, Juraj Herz 2009
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