Saša Gedeon (born August 29, 1970 in Prague) is a Czech director. He graduated from the Film and TV School of The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in 1995. That year he won the Findling Award for his film Indiánské léto (Indian Summer) at the Cottbus Film Festival. His 1999 film Návrat idiota won him awards such as the São Paulo International Film Festival International Jury Award.
- Buchar, Robert. "Saša Gedeon." Czech New Wave Filmmakers in Interviews. vols. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2004. 36.
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