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Samuel Maoz

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Samuel Maoz (Hebrew: שמואל מעוז; born c. 1962) is an Israeli film director. His 2009 film, Lebanon won the Golden Lion at the 66th Venice International Film Festival. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Samuel Maoz has received more than 62,303 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Samuel Maoz is the 1,280th most popular film director (down from 1,233rd in 2019), the 292nd most popular biography from Israel (down from 285th in 2019) and the 9th most popular Israeli Film Director.

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Among film directors, Samuel Maoz ranks 1,280 out of 1,581Before him are Jack Sholder, Michael Ritchie, Roger Avary, Ramanand Sagar, Ken Burns, and Carlos Saldanha. After him are Peter Chan, István Gaál, Gavin Hood, Cristi Puiu, Tom Mankiewicz, and Basil Dearden.

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Among people born in 1962, Samuel Maoz ranks 351Before him are Aida Turturro, Billy Beane, Hubert Strolz, Amina Annabi, Marc Lavoine, and Miho Mosulishvili. After him are Peter Chan, Sigurður Ingi Jóhannsson, David Furnish, Fernando Martín Espina, The Proclaimers, and Mike Judge.

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In Israel

Among people born in Israel, Samuel Maoz ranks 292 out of 430Before him are Bar Refaeli (1985), Yaakov Neeman (1939), Juliano Mer-Khamis (1958), Micky Arison (1949), Israel Katz (1955), and Avraham Burg (1955). After him are Menachem Bello (1947), Merav Michaeli (1966), Nitzan Horowitz (1965), Shmuel Rosenthal (1947), Asaf Avidan (1980), and Sarit Hadad (1978).


Among film directors born in Israel, Samuel Maoz ranks 9Before him are Ralph Bakshi (1938), Avi Arad (1948), Amos Gitai (1950), Ari Folman (1962), Elia Suleiman (1960), and Hany Abu-Assad (1961). After him are Oren Peli (1970).