Milan Dor is the son of the writer Milo Dor . He graduated from the Vienna Film Academy in 1972 , was assistant director in 1977 for the film adaptation of the Böll novel Gruppebild mit Dame with Romy Schneider and Brad Dourif in the leading roles, and in the 1980s directed five feature films and numerous television productions.
Dor's greatest success as a director was the feature film Malambo with Klaus Rohrmoser in the role of a youthful escape artist, which was awarded the Grand Prize of the City of Mannheim at the 1984 Mannheim Film Festival . In 1993 he appeared as an actor in Cappuccino Melange , with Josef Hader and Alfred Dorfer . In 1994 he filmed his father's novel of the same name with Internationale Zone .
- 1985: Austrian Award for Filmmaking
- 2014: Austrian Film Award 2014 for Your Beauty is worth nothing but "Best Feature Film"
- 1993: India
- 1994: The Knickerbocker Gang: The Talking Grave (also screenplay)
- 1994: I vow
- 1995/96: The Knickerbocker Gang (also screenplay)
- 2004: C (r) ook
- 2012: Your beauty is worth nothing
Selection of projects with his wife:
- 2014: The shots from Sarajevo (based on Milo Dor), Theater in der Josefstadt
- Literature by and about Milan Dor in the catalog of the German National Library
- Milan Dor in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Website of his film production
- International Zone . From dor-film.com, accessed on February 24, 2018
- CV ( PDF , approx. 92 kB). At filminstitut.at, accessed on February 24, 2018
- Anna Wollner: "You should never underestimate children!" . On September 9, 2013 from kinofenster.de, accessed on February 24, 2018
- Austrian Art Prize - Film . At kunstkultur.bka.gv.at, accessed on February 24, 2018
- Austrian Film Prize 2014 . On oesterreichische-filmakademie.at, accessed on February 24, 2018
- All films . From dor-film.com, accessed on February 24, 2018
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian film producer, screenwriter, director|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 25, 1947|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|