Akos Farkas (cinematographer)

Akos Farkas
Born 9 September 1898
Austro-Hungarian Empire
Died 2 February 1971
United States
Occupation Cinematographer
Years active 1923-1954

Akos Farkas (1898–1971) was a Hungarian-born cinematographer who worked in a number of different countries including Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Canada and the United States. He worked on more than thirty films during his career including Frederic Zelnik's The Forester's Daughter (1931)[1] Because of his Jewish heritage, Farkas had to leave Germany following the Nazi takeover in 1933.

Selected filmography


  1. Klossner p.146


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