Belgian actors died as a result of Natural causes

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Henri Storck

Henri Storck (September 5, 1907 Ostend-September 17, 1999 Uccle) also known as Henricus Josephus Desiderius or Henry (Henricus Josephus Desiderius) Storck was a Belgian film editor, screenwriter, film director, cinematographer, film producer, actor, author and filmmaker. He had two children, Mary Storck and Siska Storck.

Storck was a pioneer of documentary filmmaking and one of the leading figures of the Belgian film industry. He directed and produced over 70 films, ranging from short documentaries to feature-length films. His films were known for their innovative use of camera techniques and surrealistic imagery.

After studying philosophy and art history at the Catholic University of Louvain, Storck started his career as a film critic for the magazine Cinegraf. He later joined the film production company CEP, where he worked as an assistant director and editor. In 1934, he directed his first short film, "Bergen, Vrede en Vreugde" ("Mountains, Peace and Joy"), which won him critical acclaim at the Venice Film Festival.

During World War II, Storck was forced to go into hiding because of his opposition to the Nazi occupation of Belgium. After the war, he founded the film organization CBA (Centre belge de l'audiovisuel), which played a key role in the development of the Belgian documentary film industry.

Storck's most famous films include "Pour Que les Autres Vivent" ("That Others May Live"), a moving account of the work of the Red Cross during the Korean War, and "Les Enfants de NĂ©ant" ("Children of the Abyss"), a powerful anti-war film that won the Palme d'Or at the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.

Storck continued to make films well into his 80s, and was recognized with numerous awards and honors for his contributions to the art of filmmaking. He died in 1999 at the age of 92.

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