Damjan Kozole

Damjan Kozole



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Damjan Kozole (born in 1964 in Brezice, Slovenia, then Yugoslavia) is one of the most recognized Slovenian filmmakers. In his films, "some of the most raffish, funky and even sordid characters discover their own humanity" (Alissa Simon, Variety). Sight & Sound ranked his Spare Parts among ten most important films of the New Europe. In 2005, a Damjan Kozole film retrospective took place in the United States and Canada, hosted by the American Film Institute.

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June 1, 1964

Place of birth

Brezice, Slovenia

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