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Who is Alvin Rakoff?
Alvin Rakoff is a Canadian film and television director who has spent the bulk of his career in England and directed more than 100 television plays, as well as a dozen feature films and numerous stage productions. Among other awards, he is twice winner of the International Emmy Award, for A Voyage Round My Father, starring Laurence Olivier, and Call Me Daddy, starring Donald Pleasence.
- born on (88 years ago) in Toronto
- nationality: Canada
- education: University of Toronto
- profession: Film director, film producer, television producer, television director, screenwriter, journalist
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- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to British Academy Television Award for Best Single Play - "Shades of Greene" (For episode "Cheap in August".)
- nominated to British Academy Television Award for Best Single Drama - "A Voyage Round My Father"
- nominated to British Academy Television Award for Best Drama Series - "Paradise Postponed", with Jacqueline Davis
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by Jerry Roberts
Mike Nichols, Stephen Poliakojf, Alvin Rakoff, Nicholas Renton, Nicolas Roeg, Michael A. Simpson, John Strickland, Charles Sturridge, Claude Whatham James Garner: Hy Averback, John Badham, David Chase, John Erman, Richard T.
by John E. Findling, Kimberly D. Pelle
Director: Alvin Rakoff. 1984 A Turning Point: The Official Film of the XIV Winter Games (Switzerland). Producer: International Olympic Committee. 1986 16 Days of Glory (United States ).
by Thomas S. Hischak
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