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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Claude Lanzmann, the director behind the landmark nine-and-a-half-hour Holocaust documentary, “Shoah,” has died. He was 92.

A spokesperson for the Gallimard publishing house, which published his memoir, told The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday that Lanzmann died June 28 in a Paris hospital. No cause of death was given.

Released in 1985, “Shoah” — considered one of the greatest films ever made about the Holocaust — won the New York Film Critics Circle award for best nonfiction film and the BAFTA award for best documentary.

Lanzmann’s final project, “The Four Sisters” — a four-part documentary series that was made for the Franco-German broadcaster Arte — was released theatrically in France on the day before his death.

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

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