Stole Popov - Biography

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Stole Popov (Macedonian: Столе Попов) born August 20, 1950 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Graduated film directing at the Academy of Theatre, Film & Television in Belgrade. Currently a film directing professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Skopje and chief of Film Directing Studies. Member of European Film Academy since 1997. Stole Popov has won over 50 high European and World Awards and significant recognitions.

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