Caranfil, Nae


Caranfil, Nae
(September 7, 1960, Bucharest, Romania-)
   Romanian born, he attended the Fémis workshop for young directors in 1991.
   Other credit (as actor):
1987 ◘ In fiecare zi mi-e dor tine (Gheorghe Vitanidis, Romania).
 Filmography
        ◘ Qu'il fait beau à Venise (short)
        ◘ Trente Ans d'Insomnie (short)
1988 ◘ Backstage (documentary)
1994 ◘ E pericoloso sporgersi / Les Dimanches de Per­mission (also screenwriter, composer; Roma­nia / France; shot in 1992)
1996 ◘ Asphalt Tango / Asfalt Tango (also screenwriter, composer; France / Romania)
1999 ◘ Dolce farniente / UK: Sweet Idleness (also screenwriter; France / Italy / Belgium / Roma­nia; shot in 1997)
2002 ◘ Filantropica / Philanthropique (also screenwriter, actor; France / Romania)
2007 ◘ Restul e tacere (also screenwriter, dialogist; Romania)

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