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Antal Kovacs

Prolific assistant director, editor and screenwriter in London and Hollywood during the 60's and 70's, Antal retired to Cornwall and, inspired by the beautiful landscapes, he returned to film-making for 2002's Hwerow Hweg (2002) . Other projects were touted for production, but lack of funding forced his film company, West-Coast Productions, to ... See full bio »

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Hwerow Hweg
Hwerow Hweg Editor
Bitter Sweet
Bitter Sweet Editor
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 1970 The Great White Hope (second assistant director - uncredited)
 1970 You Can't Win 'Em All (second unit director - uncredited)
 1969 The Italian Job (second unit director - uncredited)
 1968 Joanna (first assistant director)
 1968 Amsterdam Affair (assistant director - as Tony Kovacs)
 1967 Privilege (third assistant director - uncredited)
 1966 Blow-Up (second assistant director - uncredited)
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Tony Kovacs

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On making Hwerow Hweg: "Some people saw it is as a publicity stunt but it was not intentional; I'm not interested in politics. It was pure coincidence that Cornish language was prevalent in the news around the same time that the film was released, as it was going for minority language status. Understandably the film was picked up on by the media because of the timing, which was obviously a bonus,... See more »


His former production company specialised in low budget features. See more »

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