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Fons Rademakers (Alphonse Marie Rademakers)

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Biography

Roosendaal, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
Fons Rademakers was born on 5 September 1920 in Roosendaal, Netherlands. he began his career as an actor and theater director. His film directorial debut, Dorp aan de rivier (1958), was also the first Dutch movie ever nominated for an Academy award (Oscar). In 1986 Rademakers won the Foreign Language Oscar for The Assault (1986), after a novel by Harry Mulisch. Rademakers' film version of Stijn Streuvels novel "De Teloorgang van de Waterhoek", Mira (1971), caused a shock in conservative circles in Flanders, especially Dutch actress Willeke van Ammelrooy's performance as "Mira". In 1976 Rademakers directed the ultimate Multatuli-classic Max Havelaar (1976). Read more...

Actor

Character: Chef van Jules

Vrijdag 1980

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Character: Himself - Winner: Best Foreign Language Film

The 59th Annual Academy Awards 1987

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Character: Notaris

Mira 1971

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Character: Himself

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Directing

Writing