Paul Cox

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Paul Cox
Born
Paulus Henrique Benedictus Cox

(1940-04-16)16 April 1940
Venlo, Netherlands
Died18 June 2016(2016-06-18) (aged 76)
Australia
Cause of deathLiver cancer
OccupationFilm director
photographer
writer

Paulus Henrique Benedictus "Paul" Cox (16 April 1940 – 18 June 2016) was an award-winning Dutch-born Australian filmmaker. He was known as 'Australia's most prolific film auteur'.[1]

He published Reflections: An Autobiographical Journey in 1998.[2]

His movie-essay The Remarkable Mr. Kaye (2005) is a portrait of his sick friend, the actor Norman Kaye, who appeared in many of Cox movies, such as Lonely Hearts and Man of Flowers. In 2006 he became the Patron of the Byron Bay Film Festival.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. Dow, Steve. "Paul Cox: Force Of Life". theweeklyreview.com.au. Retrieved 25 April 2015.
  2. Cox, Paul; Cox, Paul, 1941 (1998), Reflections : an autobiographical journey, Currency Press, ISBN 978-0-86819-549-0CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
  3. "About BBFF".