Takashi Nakamura

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Takashi Nakamura is also the name of one of the authors of the BSSN formalism.
Takashi Nakamura
Born (1955-09-12)September 12, 1955
Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Animator
Anime director

Takashi Nakamura (中村 たかし (formerly なかむら たかし) Nakamura Takashi?, born September 12, 1955 in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan) is an accomplished Japanese animator and anime director. He is also a founding member of the Japan Animation Creators Association (JAniCA) labor group.[1]

Nakamura's 2001 film A Tree of Palme was an official selection of the Berlin Film Festival. His work on Ōgon Senshi Gōrudo Raitan (Golden Warrior Gold Lightan, 1981–82) inspired fellow animator Koji Morimoto.[citation needed]

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