Maurits Binger

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Maurits Binger
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Born(1868-04-05)5 April 1868
Haarlem, Netherlands
Died9 April 1923(1923-04-09) (aged 55)
Wiesbaden, Germany
Occupation(s) Film director
Film producer
Years active1913–1922

Maurits Binger (5 April 1868 9 April 1923) was a Dutch film director, producer and screenwriter of the silent era. He directed 39 films between 1913 and 1922 and is considered one of the pioneers of fictional films in the Netherlands. Binger's studio and base of operations was in Haarlem, North Holland. Between 1919 and 1923 he was managing director of Anglo-Hollandia an attempt to break into the larger British market. There is a film institute in the Netherlands in his name. He is sometimes referred to as Maurice Binger.


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