Claude Lanzmann, Director Of Holocaust Film ‘Shoah’, Dies At 92

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Updated July 5, 2018
In this file photo taken on February 11, 2016 French writer, journalist and movie producer Claude Lanzmann poses in Paris on February 11, 2016. Lanzmann, 92-years-old, died on July 5, 2018, according to his publishers.


French film-maker and writer Claude Lanzmann, director of the landmark Holocaust documentary “Shoah” which runs more than nine hours long, died in Paris on Thursday at the age of 92, his publisher said.

“Claude Lanzmann died at his home. He had been very, very weak for several days,” a spokeswoman for publishing house Gallimard told AFP.

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