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Chris Gorak


Chris Gorak is a production designer and art director, known for Fight Club (1999), Minority Report (2002) and Right at Your Door (2006). See full bio »
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Known For

Fight Club
Fight Club Art Director
(1999)
Minority Report
Minority Report Art Director
(2002)
Right at Your Door
(2006)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
(1998)

Filmography

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 2004 The Clearing
 2002 Taken (TV Mini-Series) (6 episodes)
- Taken (2002)
- John (2002)
- God's Equation (2002)
- Charlie and Lisa (2002)
 1997 Sub Down (Video)
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Other Works:

Was interviewed in an episode of "Talking Movies" about the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. The other interviewees were Josh Hartnett, Shia LaBeouf (as Shia La Boeuf) and Jennifer Aniston.
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

I'm a firm believer in setting tight parameters, because within that box you sometimes, and hopefully more often than not, you make a stronger creative decision. (nytimes.com, 11 January 2006)

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Studied architecture. See more »

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