Forest of the Hanged
|Forest of the Hanged|
|Directed by||Liviu Ciulei|
|Written by||Titus Popovici
|Music by||Theodor Grigoriu|
|Edited by||Yolanda Mîntulescu|
Forest of the Hanged (Romanian: Pădurea spânzuraților) is a 1964 Romanian drama film directed by Liviu Ciulei, and based on the eponymous novel by Liviu Rebreanu. Ciulei won the award for Best Director at the 1965 Cannes Film Festival. In 2010, the World Cinema Foundation released a restored version, as part of their restoration projects.
Forest of the Hanged became the first Romanian film to achieve wide international recognition.
- Victor Rebengiuc as Apostol Bologa
- Anna Széles as Ilona
- Ștefan Ciubotărașu as Petre
- György Kovács as Von Karg
- Gina Patrichi as Roza
- Liviu Ciulei as Klapka
- Costache Antoniu as The Priest
- George Aurelian as Domşa
- Emil Botta as Cervenko
- Constantin Brezeanu as The Attorney
- Ion Caramitru as Petre Petre
- Toma Caragiu as Captain
- Nicolae Tomazoglu as The Doctor
- András Csiky as Varga
- Gheorghe Cozorici
- Mihai Mereuţă
- "Festival de Cannes: Forest of the Hanged". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 5 March 2009.
- World Cinema Foundation Restoration completed in 2010 and carried out at Cineteca di Bologna / L’Immagine Ritrovata Laboratory in collaboration with the Centrul National al Cinematografiei and Liviu Ciulei
- "Forest of the Hanged". Film Society of Lincoln Center. Retrieved 26 August 2013.
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