Fons Rademakers  

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Fons Rademakers (September 5 1920, RoosendaalFebruary 22 2007, Geneva) was a Dutch filmmaker and actor.

During a career spanning several decades he directed 11 films, including The Assault, which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1986, and The Village on the River, nominated for the same award in 1959. Making him both the first Dutch director to be nominated and win this award.


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