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Article: Roman Polanski
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'''Roman Polanski''' (born '''Rajmund Roman Thierry Polański'''; {{Nowrap|18 August}} 1933) is a [[Poles|Polish]] and, since 1976, naturalized-French<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nytimes.com/movies/person/106743/Roman-Polanski/biography |title=Roman Polanski – Biography |publisher=The New York Times |accessdate=20 November 2013}}</ref> film director, producer, writer, and actor. Having made films in Poland, the United Kingdom, France and the United States, he is considered one of the few "truly international filmmakers."<ref name="Freer" /> Polanski's films have inspired diverse directors, including the [[Coen brothers]],<ref name="The Coen Brothers: The Story of Two American Filmmakers"/> [[Wes Anderson]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.charlierose.com/view/interview/4466|title=A conversation with director Wes Anderson|publisher=charlierose.com|accessdate=7 January 2013}}</ref> [[David Fincher]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.boston.com/2011-12-29/ae/30569502_1_david-fincher-roman-polanski-dragon-tattoo/2|title=In 'Dragon Tattoo,' Fincher taps another network|publisher=http://www.boston.com/|accessdate=7 January 2013}}</ref> [[Atom Egoyan]],<ref name="Atom Egoyan" /> [[Darren Aronofsky]],<ref name="Darren Aronofsky" /> [[Park Chan-wook]],<ref name="Park Chan-wook" /> [[Abel Ferrara]],<ref name="Abel Ferrara" /> and [[Wes Craven]].<ref name="Wes Craven" />
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'''Roman Polanski''' (born '''Rajmund Roman Thierry Polański'''; {{Nowrap|18 August}} 1933) is a [[Poles|Polish]] and, since 1976, naturalized-French<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.nytimes.com/movies/person/106743/Roman-Polanski/biography |title=Roman Polanski – Biography |publisher=The New York Times |accessdate=20 November 2013}}</ref> film director, producer, writer, rapist and actor. Having made films in Poland, the United Kingdom, France and the United States, he is considered one of the few "truly international filmmakers."<ref name="Freer" /> Polanski's films have inspired diverse directors, including the [[Coen brothers]],<ref name="The Coen Brothers: The Story of Two American Filmmakers"/> [[Wes Anderson]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.charlierose.com/view/interview/4466|title=A conversation with director Wes Anderson|publisher=charlierose.com|accessdate=7 January 2013}}</ref> [[David Fincher]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.boston.com/2011-12-29/ae/30569502_1_david-fincher-roman-polanski-dragon-tattoo/2|title=In 'Dragon Tattoo,' Fincher taps another network|publisher=http://www.boston.com/|accessdate=7 January 2013}}</ref> [[Atom Egoyan]],<ref name="Atom Egoyan" /> [[Darren Aronofsky]],<ref name="Darren Aronofsky" /> [[Park Chan-wook]],<ref name="Park Chan-wook" /> [[Abel Ferrara]],<ref name="Abel Ferrara" /> and [[Wes Craven]].<ref name="Wes Craven" />
   
 
Born in Paris to Polish parents, he moved with his family back to Poland ([[Second Polish Republic]]) in 1937, shortly before the outbreak of [[World War II]].<ref name="contributions"/> He survived the [[Nazi Holocaust|Holocaust]] and was educated in Poland ([[People's Republic of Poland]]) and became a director of both [[art house]] and commercial films.<ref name="Law in Action: Polanski Libel Case" /> Polanski's first feature-length film, ''[[Knife in the Water]]'' (1962), made in Poland, was nominated for a United States [[Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film]] but was beaten by [[Federico Fellini]]'s ''[[8½]]''.<ref name="california"/> He has since received five more [[Academy Award|Oscar]] nominations, along with two [[British Academy of Film and Television Arts|Baftas]], four [[César Award|Césars]], a [[Golden Globe]] Award and the [[Palme d'Or]] of the Cannes Film Festival in France. In the United Kingdom he directed three films, beginning with ''[[Repulsion]]'' (1965). In 1968 he moved to the United States, and cemented his status by directing the horror film ''[[Rosemary's Baby (film)|Rosemary's Baby]]'' (1968) for which [[Ruth Gordon]] won an Academy Award as Best Supporting Actress.
 
Born in Paris to Polish parents, he moved with his family back to Poland ([[Second Polish Republic]]) in 1937, shortly before the outbreak of [[World War II]].<ref name="contributions"/> He survived the [[Nazi Holocaust|Holocaust]] and was educated in Poland ([[People's Republic of Poland]]) and became a director of both [[art house]] and commercial films.<ref name="Law in Action: Polanski Libel Case" /> Polanski's first feature-length film, ''[[Knife in the Water]]'' (1962), made in Poland, was nominated for a United States [[Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film]] but was beaten by [[Federico Fellini]]'s ''[[8½]]''.<ref name="california"/> He has since received five more [[Academy Award|Oscar]] nominations, along with two [[British Academy of Film and Television Arts|Baftas]], four [[César Award|Césars]], a [[Golden Globe]] Award and the [[Palme d'Or]] of the Cannes Film Festival in France. In the United Kingdom he directed three films, beginning with ''[[Repulsion]]'' (1965). In 1968 he moved to the United States, and cemented his status by directing the horror film ''[[Rosemary's Baby (film)|Rosemary's Baby]]'' (1968) for which [[Ruth Gordon]] won an Academy Award as Best Supporting Actress.
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:40:39 PM
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Monday, the 28th of April 2014 at 01:33:44 AM #94293
ErikHaugen (anonymous)

Not vandalism; we probably won't keep this edit but it isn't vandalism.

Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 06:40:39 PM #101730
Bradley (anonymous)

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