Nicolas Farkas

Nicolas Farkas
Born (1890-07-27)27 July 1890
Margitta, Austria-Hungary
Died 22 March 1982(1982-03-22) (aged 91)
New York, United States
Other names Miklós Farkas
Occupation Cinematographer, Screenwriter, Film director

Nicolas Farkas (1890–1982) was an Austro-Hungarian-born cinematographer, screenwriter and film director. Farkas was born in Margitta (Marghita), now in Romania, of Hungarian background. He worked in the Austrian, German and French film industries. During the 1920s he collaborated frequently with the producer/director Alexander Korda. During the 1930s he worked on a number of international co-productions, directing films such as the Anglo-French melodrama The Battle. He also worked as cinematographer on G.W. Pabst's 1933 film Adventures of Don Quixote.[1]

Selected filmography






  1. Low p.92


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