Alexander Nanau

Documentary filmmaker, director of “Collective”

Documentary filmmaker and director of “Collective”

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Concert goers were rocking out at a nightclub in Romania in 2015, when a heavy metal band called Goodbye to Gravity was onstage. The liquor was flowing, the music was blaring.

Oscar nominee ‘Collective’: How journalists uncovered deep corruption in Romania’s health care system

Concert goers were rocking out at a nightclub in Romania in 2015, when a heavy metal band called Goodbye to Gravity was onstage. The liquor was flowing, the music was blaring.

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The documentary “Collective” begins with footage of a 2015 fire at a Bucharest nightclub that immediately killed 27 people.

In ‘Collective,’ Alexander Nanau follows journalists who uncovered a massive scandal at Romanian hospitals

The documentary “Collective” begins with footage of a 2015 fire at a Bucharest nightclub that immediately killed 27 people.

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