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Kurt Munkacsi

Kurt Munkacsi is known for his work on The Truman Show (1998), The Hours (2002) and Candyman (1992). See full bio »
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 2013 Visitors (Documentary) (music and soundtrack producer)
 2010 Mr. Nice (assistant: Philip Glass)
 2005 Neverwas (music producer)
 2004 Undertow (music producer)
 2002 The Hours (original soundtrack producer)
 2002 Naqoyqatsi (Documentary) (music producer)
 1998 The Truman Show (music producer: Philip Glass music)
 1997 Bent (music producer)
 1996 The Secret Agent (music producer)
 1992 Candyman (musical score producer)
 1992 Anima Mundi (Documentary short) (music producer) / (soundtrack producer)
 1988 The Thin Blue Line (Documentary) (music producer: Euphorbia Productions Ltd.)
 1988 Patty Hearst (music producer)
 1988 Powaqqatsi (Documentary) (music production)
 1985 Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (music producer)
 1984 High Wire (Documentary short) (music producer: Philip Glass music)
 1982 Koyaanisqatsi (Documentary) (music producer: Philip Glass music)
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In addition to being a renowned Western-classical-music producer, having worked with many avant-garde composers such as Charlemagne Palestine, he has been the person primarily responsible for the sound of Philip Glass's recorded work.

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