Martin Farkas (born 1964) worked on several documentaries in Asia, South America, Africa and Europe after his graduation from secondary school. After that, he studied the social sciences with a concentration on sociology and psychology and worked as a gaffer. He directed award-winning video art and commercials. Since 1994 he has done the camera work for feature documentaries and films which are shown around the world at film festivals and have won international prizes. As a cameraman, he has worked on many television movies and miniseries, such as „Tatort“.
Filmography (selected):

German Souls Production: Polyeides, Berlin ZDF, Kuratorium, NRW Filmstiftung Director: Martin Farkas and Matthias Zuber Camera: Martin Farkas

DRAUSSEN BLEIBEN Production: HFF / Pelle Film Director: Alexander Riedel Camera: Martin Farkas Festival Hof, Leipzig, Duisburg The film opened in theaters in May 2008

TU_RKISCH FU_R ANFA_NGER (21-28) Production: Hofmann & Voges Director: Christian Ditter Camera: Martin Farkas
Adolf Grimme Award

BOROWSKI IN DER UNTERWELT Tatort Production: Studio Hamburg Director: Claudia Garde Camera: Martin Farkas

STIRB UND WERDE Tatort Production: Studio Hamburg Director: Claudia Garde Camera: Martin Farkas
Film Festival Hamburg

DIE GELEGENHEIT Production: Ostlicht Film Director: Benjamin Heisenberg Camera: Martin Farkas Short film 35 mm Scope Grand Prix from the jury in Angers (France) International Film Festival Athens

GEORGISCHES LIEBESLIED Production: Egoli Tossel Director: Tatiana Brandrup Camera: Martin Farkas Festival Saarbru_cken, Tiflis

A WOMAN AND A HALF Production: @Lounge Entertainment Director: Clarissa Ruge Camera: Martin Farkas Movie-Documentary about Hildegard Knef Nominated for the Deutsche Filmpreis 2002 Nominated for the Deutsche Kamerapreis 2002 Theater analysis

MU_NCHEN, GEIHEIMNISSE EINER STADT Directors: Dominik Graf, Michael Althen Camera: Martin Farkas Berlinale, numerous international festivals Nominated for the Deutsche Fernsehpreis
MARTIN Director: Ra’anan Alexandrowicz Camera: Martin Farkas Winner of Jerusalem Filmfestival Invitation to Permanent Collection of MOMA, New York

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