Mannus Franken

Film director

1899 – 1953

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Who was Mannus Franken?

Mannus Franken was a Dutch filmmaker who played an important role in the development of Indonesian cinema. He made his debut as a writer before working with Joris Ivens in producing two documentary films. In 1934 he was called to the Dutch East Indies by Albert Balink to help with the production of Pareh. Franken stayed in the Indies until before World War II, making newsreels. After the war he returned to the country and continued this work. In 1949 Franken returned to the Netherlands, where he made another film before his death.

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Born
Feb 6, 1899
Deventer
Also known as
  • M.H.K. Franken
Nationality
  • Netherlands
Profession
Died
Aug 1, 1953
Lochem

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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