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Ludwik Margules
Mexican theatre and film director

Ludwik Margules

Ludwik Margules
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Intro Mexican theatre and film director
Was Film director Actor Television actor Theatre director Theater professional Screenwriter
From Mexico
Field Arts Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 15 December 1933, Warsaw, Poland
Death 7 March 2006, Mexico City, Mexico (aged 72 years)
Star sign Sagittarius
National Autonomous University of Mexico
University of Warsaw
National Prize for Arts and Sciences 2003
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Ludwik Margules Coben (December 15, 1933 in Warsaw, Poland – March 10, 2006 in Mexico City, Mexico) was a Polish-born Mexican theatre, opera and film director. Being an active member of the Mexican theatre circuit for more than fifty years, Margules taught acting and directing methods in several institutions, eventually founding his own acting academy, the Foro Teatro Contemporáneo (Contemporary Theatre Forum) in 1991.

He directed over 40 operas and plays. One of his most outstanding works was his 1982 production of De la vida de las marionetas, based on Ingmar Bergman's film From the Life of the Marionettes (1980).

He was given Mexico's National Prize for Science and Arts in 2003.

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