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Saul Landau Edit Profile

filmmaker , writer

Saul Landau, American filmmaker, writer. Recipient prizes festivals in Ann Arbor, Cannes, Venice, Mannheim. Member National Screening Panel for Fulbright Grants, 1988-1990. Member Washington Writers Union.

Background

Landau, Saul was born on January 15, 1936 in New York City. Son of Leon I. and Sadie (Frishkoff) Landau.

Education

Bachelor in History, University of Wisconsin, 1957;Master in History, University of Wisconsin, 1959;postgraduate, Stanford University, 1962;postgraduate, University of California, Berkeley, 1967-1968.

Career

Producer, Station KQED-television, 1966-1969;independent film producer, 1969-1972;director film unit, Institute Policy Studies, Washington, 1972-1975;senior fellow, Institute Policy Studies, Washington, since 1979;coordinator, Transnat. Institute, 1975-1976;director, Transnat. Institute, 1976-1979;teacher, U. Maryland., Washington School, 1976-1980.

Judge Mannheim Film Festival, 1980. Board directors Center Cuban Studies.

Works

Membership

Member National Screening Panel for Fulbright Grants, 1988-1990. Member Washington Writers Union.

Connections

Children: Gregory, Valerie, Carmen, Julia, Marie.

father:
Leon I. Landau

mother:
Sadie (Frishkoff) Landau

children:
Gregory Landau

Valerie Landau

Carmen Landau

Julia Landau

Marie Landau