Norwegian International Film Festival, People from Haugesund, List of Amanda Award winners, Moritz Rabinowitz, Ray Kay, David Sandved, Coast Aero Center, Vibrandsøy, Arnved Nedkvitne, Tollak B. Sirnes, Odd Langholm, Egil Eide.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 25. Chapters: Norwegian International Film Festival, People from Haugesund, List of Amanda Award winners, Moritz Rabinowitz, Ray Kay, David Sandved, Coast Aero Center, Vibrandsøy, Arnved Nedkvitne, Tollak B. Sirnes, Odd Langholm, Egil Eide, Captain Frodo, Asbjørn Helgeland, Edvard Beyer, Bjarne Aagaard Strøm, Oscar Pedersen, Haugesund Airport, Karmøy, Jacob Kielland, Sigmund Larsen, Gunvald Aus, Stord/Haugesund University College, T-Link, Haraldshaugen, Leiv Kristen Sydnes, Britt Synnøve Johansen, Sjur Jarle Hauge, Sivert Langholm, Arne Simonsen, Hein Frode Hansen, Haugesund Stadion, Kenneth Høie, Jens Edv. Haugland, Andreas Ulland Andersen, Valentin Valentinsen, Gunnar Fredrik Hellesen, Øyvind Bjørnson, Ivar Leveraas, Olle Johan Eriksen, Jan Kjell Larsen, Ola Bertelsen, Thomas Vigner Christiansen Haaland, Arve Kambe, Marit Løvvig, Tor Arne Andreassen, Christian Wegner Haaland, Haugaland Arbeiderblad, Haugesund/Stord Region, Frank Claussen, Petter Steen jr., Geirmund Ihle, Karl J. Brommeland, Svein Oddvar Moen, Nils Emaus Nilsen, Haugesunds Social-Demokrat, Rogaland, Karmsundsposten. Excerpt: The following is a list of Amanda Award winners within the main categories awarded at the annual Norwegian International Film Festival since the award's initiation in 1985. In 1993, the so-called "Nordic Amanda" honoured cinematic achievements from all the Nordic countries. This practice was discontinued the following year, but an award for best Nordic film was awarded until the year 2000. 1985-2004 the Amanda Award for Best Norwegian Film was given to the director. In 2005 this practice was changed, and the award is now given to the film's producer. The award for best director has only been awarded since 2005. Before this the best film award, which is now given to the producer, was given to the director. Given intermittently up until 2007, starting in 2008 this award is given out in both a male and female category. Moritz Moses Rabinowitz (20 September 1887 - 27 February 1942) was a Norwegian retail merchant based in the city of Haugesund, memorialized for his humanitarian outlook and contribution to his city. Rabinowitz was born in Rajgród as a son of Isaac Levi and Chaya Rosa Rabinowitz. It is also known that he had 2 sisters and a younger brother. The brother - Herman Herschel - also immigrated to Norway and settled in Bergen. Rabinowitz wrote that he had witnessed "barbaric" murders during pogroms, particularly in Bialystok. As long as he lived, Rabinowitz sent money to his parents in Poland. Rabinowitz married Johanne Goldberg, the daughter of Salomon Goldberg who founded the Friedenstempel in Berlin. They had 1 child, Edith, born in 1918. She married the Austrian refugee Hans Reichwald, and they had a son Harry, born in 1940. Johanne Rabinowitz died on 25 November 1939, after relocating to Bergen to be near her sister Rosa, who had married Moritz's brother Hermann. Rabinowitz traveled extensively along the Norwegian west coast south of Bergen and apparently spent most weekends with his family. By 1942, the widower Moritz Rabinowitz's family in Norway con