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János Szász

János Szász was born in Budapest in l958. He studied drama and stage direction at the Academy of Theater and Film Arts, and spent four important years at the National Theater Budapest. For the stage, he directed "Ghosts" by Henrik Ibsen, "The Deer King" by Carlo Gozzi and "A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams. He has also directed films... See full bio »

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 2013 The Notebook
 2002 Broken Silence (TV Mini-Series documentary) (segment "Eyes of the Holocaust")
 2000 Eyes of the Holocaust (Documentary)
 1998 Temetés (Short)
 1997 Witman fiúk
 1994 Woyzeck
 1990 Szédülés
 1987 Utóirat (Short)
 1985 A léderer-ügy (Short)
 1984 Escorial (Short)
 1983 Tavaszi zápor (Short)
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(2005, May - June) Directed the Eugene O'Neill play "Desire Under the Elms" an American Repertory Theatre production at the Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

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