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               Emil Loteanu

Emil Loteanu (6 November 1936 – 18 April 2003) was a well known film director  from 4Moldova. He was born in Clucusca, part of Great Romania at that time.

His life can definitely be considered a source of inspiration for movies. After the death of his father, Emil has also lost contact with his mother, who had moved to Romania. Being alone, Loteanu lived his early life on the streets, living in warehouses and hostels.

Later on, he studied at the Moscow Art Theater studio school and graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in 1962. His directorial debut was made with Bolshaya go5ra in 1960 at the Moldova Film Studio. The following years, he continued to make films at the same film studio until 1975, when he joined Mosfilm.

Emil Loteanu’s talent has been noted by the international public, due to films such as  Queen of the Gypsies and A Hunting Accident.

The film director passed away in Moscow, at the age of 66.

 Doina Aldea-Teodorovici

Doina Aldea-Teodorovici (15 November 1958 – 30 October 1993) was a Romanian singer from the Republic of Moldova.1

Her artistic talent was noted from the early childhood. As a 6-years old child, Doina began doubling films in Romanian at the Moldova Film Studio and this activity continued until the 8th grade. Simultaneously, she was studying music. Moreover, for a long period Doina was part of the “Moldoveneasca” ensemble, with whom she went on tours in the Republic of Cuba, Algeria, Mongol, Germany and other countries. Before discovering her love for modern music, the singer has worked as teacher of Universal Literature at the “Ion Creanga” Institute.

3In 1982, Doina found out a new part of her talent. Beginning with that year, she was inseparable from Ion Aldea-Teodorovici, both in personal and professional life.

They are the couple who has actively fought for the country’s rebirth, by singing for patriotism, the Romanian language, democracy and liberty. “Suveranitate”, “Sfântă ni2-i casa”, “Mănăstirea Căpriana” are some of the songs that became a symbol of the national liberation.

For her talent, extensive work on the stage and civic spirit, Doina Aldea-Teodorovici was awarded as Honored Artist of the Republic of Moldova.

Doina and her husband Ion passed away in a car crush on the night of 29 to 30 October. She was pregnant and waiting for a baby girl. Their son Cristian remained orphan at the age of 10.

 Nicolae Dimo

200px-Md477Nicolae Dimo (30 November 1873 – 1959) was a Moldovan specialist in pedology and soil erosion.

After his studies at the Real School in Chisinau and the Agricultural Institute of Forestry in Novo-Aleksandrovsk, Nicolae Dimo has worked as a teacher at the State University in Moldova.

In 1953, the academician N. Dimo, member of the Academy of Agricultural Sciences of the USSR, was appointed as director of the newly created Institute of Pedology, Agrochemistry and Enhacement of the Moldovan Branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

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