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Kenneth Loach (Geburtsname)
Director
Nuneaton, England, Großbritannien

Biography

Ken Loach studied Law at Oxford, branching out afterwards into theater and performing with a repertory company. He then moved on to television and co-produced a series of docu-dramas, most notably "Cathy Come Home" (1966). He made his feature debut the following year with "Poor Cow", followed by the highly acclaimed "Kes" in 1969.

 


His other films include: "The Gamekeeper" (1980), "Looks and Smiles" (1981), "Hidden Agenda" (1990), winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes 1990, "Riff-Raff" (1990), winner of the Felix Award for Best European Film of that year, "Raining Stones" (1993) - winner of the Special Jury Award Cannes 1993, "Land of Freedom" (1994) - winner of the FIPRESCI International Critics" Award 1995 and the Ecumenical Jury Award Cannes 1995, "My Name is Joe" (1998), "Bread and Roses" (2000), "The Navigators" (2001), "Sweet Sixteen" (2002), among others.

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

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2003/2004
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2001/2002
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2000/2001
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1999/2000
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1997/1998
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1996
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1994/1995
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1985/1986
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