Born in 1956


Lars von Trier (born 1956)
Lars von Trier is the co-founder of the Danish production company Zentropa as well as one of the founders of the Danish Dogma movement in the 1990s.
Lars von Trier's films have won prizes worldwide. These include many of the major awards at Cannes Film Festival; The Palme d'Or for Dancer in the Dark, the Grand Prix du Jury for Breaking the Waves, the Best Actress award for Charlotte Gainsbourg's performance in Antichrist, as well as the Best Actress award for Kirsten Dunst's performance in Melancholia.
1977                The Orchid Gardener, short film
1979                Menthe – la Bienheureuse, short film
1980                Nocturne, short film
1981                The Last Detail, short film
1982                Images of Relief
1984                Element of Crime
                        Prix de la Commission supérieure Technique Festival de Cannes
1987                Epidemic 
1988                Medea, TV fiction
1991                Europa Prix de la Technique et Prix du Jury Festival de Cannes
1994                Kingdom I, TV series
1994                The Teacher’s room, TV series
1996                Breaking the Waves Grand Prix Festival de Cannes
1997                Kingdom II, Tv series 
1998                The Idiots
2000                Dancer in the Dark
                        Palme d’Or et Prix d’interprétation Féminine Festival de Cannes
2000                D-Dag
2003                The  Five Obstructions
2003                Dogville
2005                Manderlay
2007                The Boss of it All
2009                Antichrist Prix d’interprétation Féminine Festival de Cannes
2011                Melancholia Prix d’interprétation Féminine Festival de Cannes
2013                Nymphomaniac Volume 1 and 2
2018                The House that Jack Built

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