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George Sluizer began his career as an assistant to Michael Anderson, Sacha Guitry and Bert Haanstra and started producing and directing award-winning short films and documentaries, primarily for TV, in the early 1960s. A number of Sluizer's films document travels in Europe or Brazil; some were produced for the National Geographic Society and saw widespread international distribution. Continuing this work into the 70s, he also expanded into feature films, producing, among others, Werner Herzog's "Fitzcarraldo" (1982).Sluizer received considerable international acclaim for adapting, producing and directing "The Vanishing" (1988), a haunting psychological thriller in the tradition of Hitchcock and Chabrol. After the film's success on the art-house circuit in the USA, he was hired to direct the wanting Hollywood remake (1993) starring Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland and Nancy Travis.

George Sluizer began his career as an assistant to Michael Anderson, Sacha Guitry and Bert Haanstra and started producing and directing award-winning short films and documentaries, primarily for TV, in the early 1960s. A number of Sluizer's films document travels in Europe or Brazil; some were produced for the National Geographic Society and saw widespread international distribution. Continuing this work into the 70s, he also expanded into feature films, producing, among others, Werner Herzog's "Fitzcarraldo" (1982).

Sluizer received considerable international acclaim for adapting, producing and directing "The Vanishing" (1988), a haunting psychological thriller in the tradition of Hitchcock and Chabrol. After the film's success on the art-house circuit in the USA, he was hired to direct the wanting Hollywood remake (1993) starring Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland and Nancy Travis.

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