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Ninagawa debuted as a director in 1969 and gained international fame at the 1985 Edinburgh festival when he directed a samurai-style Macbeth in which the actors performed in Japanese kimono on a stage with a giant Buddhist altar.
The internationally acclaimed director became a member of the Shakespeare Globe Council at London’s Globe Theatre and in 2002 was awarded the title of Commander of the Order of the British Empire.Ninagawa died of complications from pneumonia, an official at the theatre he led told AFP.Ninagawa’s daughter, photographer Mika Ninagawa, mentioned his passing on her blog.“He was a cool father who fought until the end,” she wrote.DAR ES SALAM, Capital Markets in Africa: Tanzania’s economy is expected to grow 7.2 percent this year, driven by public spending and President John Magufuli’s efforts to curb government waste, the International Monetary Fund’s resident representative said.Lost to the world in 2016: (clockwise) Terry Wogan, Victoria Wood, Ronnie Corbett, David Bowie, Paul Daniels and Prince.
In this gallery, Martin Chilton remembers and celebrates the culture stars who have died in 2016.
Culture stars who died in 2015 Culture stars who died in 2014 French actress MADELEINE LEBEAU, the last surviving member of the cast of Casablanca, died on May 1, at the age of 92.
Le Beau, who played the role of Yvonne, the spurned girlfriend of Humphrey Bogart's character Rick Blaine in the classic 1942 movie that also starred Ingrid Bergman.
Born in June 1923 in Antony near Paris, Le Beau fled Paris in 1940 after the German occupation with her husband Marcel Dalio, an actor of Jewish origin, before settling in the US.
After Casablanca Le Beau appeared in a number of other Hollywood films before returning to Europe where she was cast in Federico Fellini's 1963 comedy-drama 8 ½ and numerous other films by France's 'New Wave' film-makers.
30 great closing lines in films, including Casablanca YUKIO NINAGAWA, a Japanese stage director celebrated for his Shakespeare adaptations, died on Thursday May 12 in Tokyo at the age of 80.