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Viktor Gjika (born 23 June 1937 – 3 March 2009) was an Albanian director, filmmaker and screenwriter. For his distinguished and remarkable contribution to the cinema, he was awarded with the highest Title as “People’s Artist”. He was graduated at “VKIG” Cinematographic Institute of Moscow in Russia. Together with a classmate, presenting their academic degree when graduated, they shot the short film “No one ever dies”, based on Ernest Hemingway’s homonym story, which was awarded the First Prize at the Worldwide Cinematographic Institutes Film Festival in Holland on 1961.Author of more than 15 movies and over 25 documentary films.General Director of “Shqiperia e Re” National Film Studio in Tirana for almost 10 years in the 80-ties, until 1991.Member of several International Film Festival Jur

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  • Viktor Gjika (born 23 June 1937 – 3 March 2009) was an Albanian director, filmmaker and screenwriter. For his distinguished and remarkable contribution to the cinema, he was awarded with the highest Title as “People’s Artist”. He was graduated at “VKIG” Cinematographic Institute of Moscow in Russia. Together with a classmate, presenting their academic degree when graduated, they shot the short film “No one ever dies”, based on Ernest Hemingway’s homonym story, which was awarded the First Prize at the Worldwide Cinematographic Institutes Film Festival in Holland on 1961.Author of more than 15 movies and over 25 documentary films.General Director of “Shqiperia e Re” National Film Studio in Tirana for almost 10 years in the 80-ties, until 1991.Member of several International Film Festival Jur
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  • Viktor Gjika (born 23 June 1937 – 3 March 2009) was an Albanian director, filmmaker and screenwriter. For his distinguished and remarkable contribution to the cinema, he was awarded with the highest Title as “People’s Artist”. He was graduated at “VKIG” Cinematographic Institute of Moscow in Russia. Together with a classmate, presenting their academic degree when graduated, they shot the short film “No one ever dies”, based on Ernest Hemingway’s homonym story, which was awarded the First Prize at the Worldwide Cinematographic Institutes Film Festival in Holland on 1961.Author of more than 15 movies and over 25 documentary films.General Director of “Shqiperia e Re” National Film Studio in Tirana for almost 10 years in the 80-ties, until 1991.Member of several International Film Festival Juries such as Giffoni Film Festival, Annecy Film Festival ecc.
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