Tibor Takács (director)

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Tibor Takács
Born (1954-09-11) September 11, 1954 (age 63)
Budapest, Hungary
Occupation Film director, producer, writer
Years active 1978–present

Tibor Takács (born September 11, 1954 in Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian director, noted for directing The Gate (1987) and its sequel, The Gate II: Trespassers. He was the recording engineer behind Toronto punk band The Viletones's recording sessions in the spring of 1977 and producer of the Cardboard Brains, "White EP" (1977) and the Cardboard Brains "Black EP" (1978). Cardboard Brains were also featured in the "Last Pogo" punk documentary by Colin Brunton. Takacs collaborated with Canadian author and filmmaker Peter Vronsky during the 1970s as a cinematographer and art director on some of his films.

Selected directorial filmography[edit]

  • "Double Dare" (1992) TV Episode
  • "Borders of Salt" (1994) TV Episode
  • "Pandora's Box"(1998) TV Episode
  • "If You Could Read My Mind"(1998) TV Episode
  • "Through a Dark Circle" (1999) TV Episode
  • "The People vs. Eric Draven" (1999) TV Episode


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