The British Director Alan Parker ("Fame") is dead. He died after a long illness at the age of 76, was quoted by the news Agency PA on Friday a spokeswoman from the environment. Among his masterpieces of classics such as "Fame", "Evita", "Midnight Express" and "The Commitments". The spokesperson, according to which the family took, died in Parker on Friday morning.
His films were often awarded: they received a total of 19 Baftas, 10 Golden Globes and 10 Oscars. For his achievements in the film industry, he was beaten to the knight.
film producer David Puttnam has called Parker "his oldest and closest friend". Director Nick Murphy paid tribute to him as a "huge Talent". "Alan Parker has created many wonderful films. Just wonderful,“ he wrote in the short message service Twitter.
Parker was very creative, wrote novels and Essays about the Making Of all his movies and recorded Cartoons. A few years ago, he surprised the movie world when he announced his retirement. "Directors don't improve in old age," he said. "You're repeating yourself, and although there are exceptions, your work in General, not better." Instead, he devoted himself to painting.Updated Date: 31 July 2020, 23:19