Serafim Saca (March 16, 1935, Vancicăuţi, Hotin county, today Chernivtsi oblast - May 20, 2011, Chişinău) is a writer from Moldova. He is credited with being the author and director of several documentaries including House with Flowers (1965), Chiinau – 67 (1967), and Cross-Roads (1967). He became a member of the Moldovan Writers' Union in 1966. He was forbidden to publish between 1976 and 1987.
|Died||May 20, 2011(aged 71)|
|Alma mater||Moldova State University|
|Employer||Academy of Sciences of Moldova|
|Awards||Ordinul "Gloria Muncii"|
- Premiul de Stat, 1987
- Ordinul "Gloria Muncii"
- (in Romanian) Serafim Saca
- (in Romanian) Curriculum Vitae
- (in Romanian) Serafim Saka, prozator, eseist, dramaturg
- Raportul Comisiei Cojocaru
- (AUDIO) IPSDD - Protagonist Serafim Saca, 27.06.2010
- Vitalie Ciobanu, Serafim Saca - un „spadasin” al interogaţiei intelectuale
- Serafim Saca
- Dan Mănucă, Parabola condiţiei umane. Serafim Saka
- Serafim Saka versus N. Dabija