Palo Bielik Net Worth

Palo Bielik Net Worth is
$13 Million

Palo Bielik Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Paľo Bielik (December 11, 1910 – April 23, 1983), also known as Jan Bukva, was a Slovak film director, screenwriter and actor. He was one of notable personalities in the time of beginnings of slovak cinematography. He was born in Banská Bystrica, then part of Czechoslovakia. At the start he played amateur theatre in Banská Bystrica. In the role of Jánošík eponymous game by Jiří Mahen, Karol Plicka noticed him and recommended for the title role in the film Jánošík (1936) to Martin Frič. It was the second film of the legendary story about the famous highwayman. The success of the film led Bielik to a professional theatrical career in the Slovak National Theatre. (1939 - 1941). During the war, he began to deal with short films and in 1945 he became a director of feature films. After his debut he starred in several other films of this important director (Hordubalové, Čapkove poviedky). During the filming of the movie directed by Frinč, which was first ever movie produced in Slovakia, 'Varúj!', Bielik was his co-director and also played one of the main characters. During the war Palo Bielik began shooting short films, and later devoted himself to the creation of successful full-length shots. Along with Karol Krško he filmed a documentary film 'For freedom', in which were used footage of the Slovak National Uprising.Bielik worked with an authentic material on his first feature film, 'Vlčie diery', made 1948. The Union of Czechoslovak Army and guerrillas assisted him in creating the film. In the film played a team of excellent actors like Ladislav Slovak Chudík, Joseph Budský, Francis Dibarbora, Ťapák Martin and many others. To the theme of war Palo Bielik returned in movie 'Štyridsaťštyri' made in 1957. As an award of this movie he received a special honorable mention and the FIPRESCI Prize at the 11th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 1958. In 1959 he made the legendary film Captain Dabač, in main role with Ladislav Chudík.In the sixties, Palo Bielik revived Janosik in the third film version, which is the jewel of Slovak cinematography. Movie filmed in 1962 and 1963 on the occasion of the 250th Janosik death anniversary.The last movies of Palo Bielik as a movie director were the dramatic story of Master Executioner (1966) and Three witnesses 1968.The films of Slovak actor and director were mostly ballad stories of strong, vibrant characters, mostly ended fatally.Awards:1958 FIPRESCI Prize for film Forty-four (11 IFF Karlovy Vary)1968 title of national artistFilmography1947 Capek's Tales (1947)1947 warns ...! (Andrew Muranica)1935 Janosik (Juraj Janosik)Directed by:1943 Synthetic fibers1943 The health worker1943 under the open sky1945 For Freedom1946 Cormorant Island1947 warns ...!1948 Vlčie holes1950 reservoir1952 Lazy are moved1954 Friday the thirteenth1957 Forty-four1959 Captain Dabač1962 - 1963 Janosik1966 Master Executioner1968 Three witnessesscenario:1966 Master Executioner1963 Janosik1957 Forty-four1948 Vlčie holes
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthDecember 11, 1910, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
DiedApril 23, 1983, Prague, Czech Republic
Place Of BirthSenica, Slovakia
ProfessionDirector, Writer, Actor
MoviesJánošík, Warning, Master Executioner
Star SignSagittarius


Traja svedkovia1968
Majster kat1966
Kapitán Dabac1959
V piatok trinásteho1954
Lazy sa pohli1952
Vlcie diery1948
Ostrov kormoránü1946Documentary short
Za slobodu1945Documentary short
O zdravie robotníka1943Documentary short
Pod holým nebom1943Documentary short
Umelé vlákna1943Documentary short


Traja svedkovia1968writer
Majster kat1966screenplay
Kapitán Dabac1959screenplay
Styridsatstyri1958screenplay / writer
V piatok trinásteho1954
Lazy sa pohli1952story and screenplay
Vlcie diery1948screenplay
Varúj...!1947as P. Bielik


Vlcie diery1948guerilla Dico
Capek's Tales1947Police Chief Havelka
Varúj...!1947Ondrej Muranica
Hordubalové1938Michal Hordubal
Jánosik1936Juraj Jánosík

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