Roze Stiebra

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Roze Stiebra
Born
Rozālija Stiebra

(1942-03-17) 17 March 1942 (age 78)
NationalitySoviet → Latvian
Occupationanimator, screenwriter, film director
Years active1969–present
AwardsOrder of the Three Stars

Roze Stiebra (born Rozālija Stiebra on 17 March 1942) is a Latvian animator.

Biography[edit]

Roze Stiebra was born on 17 March 1942 in Riga. She graduated from the Faculty of Puppetry at the Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy in 1964, and went on to work as an animator for Latvian Television (studio Telefilm-Riga 1966–1987), Riga Film Studio (1987–1990) and the animation studio Dauka (since 1991)).

She has received the Lielais Kristaps award for "best animated film" six times, for her films Kā es braucu Ziemeļmeitas lūkoties (1980), Kabata (1983), Skatāmpanti (1988), Ness un Nesija (1993), Pasaciņas. Miega vilcieniņš (1998), and The Unusual Rigans (2001).

She is a member of the International Animated Film Association. In 1995, she was honored with the Spīdolas Award, the highest award of the Latvian Culture Foundation.[1] In 2005, Stiebra received the Order of the Three Stars.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Feature films[edit]

  • Ness un Nesija (1991)
  • Kaķīša dzirnavas (1994)

Short films[edit]

  • Lietainā diena (1969)
  • Hallo, Hela! (1970)
  • Pieci kaķi (1971)
  • Re, kāds gadījums! (1972)
  • Kā vilks sivēntiņu neapēda (1972)
  • Ringlas ceļojums (1973)
  • Pasaka par sienāzi Sisi Vijoļkāju (1974)
  • Dillī Dallī Perpendikula valstībā (1974)
  • Zelta sietiņš (1975)
  • Dillī Dallī Minku parkā (1975)
  • Brīnumputns (1976)
  • Dillī Dallī Saules dārzā (1976)
  • Zaļā pasaka (1977)
  • Suns Funs un vējš (1978)
  • Zaķīšu pirtiņa (1979)
  • Kā es braucu Ziemeļmeitas lūkoties (1980)
  • Kas tas ir - kolhozs? (1981)
  • Kabata (1983)
  • Man vienai māsiņai (1984)
  • Laimes lācis (1985)
  • Uzpasaka (1986)
  • Sēd uz sliekšņa pasaciņa (1987)
  • Skatāmpanti (1988)
  • Kā bērniņš nāk pasaulē (1991)
  • Lašu dzīvības ceļš (1998)
  • Šunelītis (1999)
  • Slazdā (2000)
  • Saldās kūciņas (2000)
  • The Unusual Rigans (2001)
  • Desas piedzīvojumi (2002)
  • Spēlēju, dancoju (2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Roze (Rozālija) Stiebra" (in Latvian). Kino Muzejs. Archived from the original on 18 February 2013. Retrieved 30 January 2013.
  2. ^ Niedra, Māra (1999). Teātris un kino: biogrāfijās. Riga: Preses nams. ISBN 9984-00-331-0.

Further reading[edit]

  • Kapkov, Sergey (2006). Entsiklopediya otechestvennoy multiplikatsii. Moscow: Algoritm-Kniga. ISBN 978-5926503194.

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