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Virgil Widrich

Virgil Widrich was born in Salzburg on 16th of May, 1967, the son of Gerheid and Hans Widrich. Started working with film at the age of 12, producing a number of Super 8 movies. In 1990, he became a director's assistant for John Bailey in Hollywood ("The Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe" with Lily Tomlin). From 1993 to 1995, he was the ... See full bio »

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Known For

Copy Shop
Copy Shop Director
(2001)
Fast Film
Fast Film Director
(2003)
Heller als der Mond
(2000)
Vom Geist der Zeit
(1985)

Filmography

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 2015 Back Track (Short)
 2011 Warning Triangle (Short)
 2010 Make/Real (Short)
 2003 Fast Film (Short)
 2001 Linksrechts (Short)
 2001 Copy Shop (Short)
 1998 tx-transform (Short)
 1982 Monster in Salzburg (Short)
 1981 Auch Farbe kann träumen (Short)
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6' 1¼" (1.86 m)
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Taurus

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