Hungarian-born cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, winner of an Oscar for his achievements on "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and a nominee for "The Deer Hunter," "The River" (1984) and the "The…
Revered Hungarian-American cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, winner of an Oscar in 1978 for lensing "Close Enounters of the Third Kind,” will be honored at Cannes with the Pierre Angenieux Excellence…
Jay Herbert Cipes, writer, producer and Technicolor executive for over 20 years, died Feb. 1, 2013. Jay died of natural causes in Encino, Calif. He was 86.
Robert Richardson calls his fourth collaboration with Quentin Tarantino on "Django Unchained," "one of the most intense films I've ever been involved with emotionally."
Lawrence Guterman is on board to direct indie comedy "Short Sale," with shooting set for late spring.
Oscar-winning cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond on Phedon Papamichael's work on "The Descendants"
Cinematographers Vilmos Zsigmond and Yuri Neyman will unveil plans for an advanced cinematography educational program for postgraduate students and veteran filmmakers to be called the Global…
Unless "The Last Exorcism" was actually "The Next-to-Last Exorcism," Zoltan Honti won't be revisiting his talent for mock-doc horror any time soon -- although it's thus far served him well. . .
Lighting excites me the most," says cinematographer Michael McDonough, speaking from Dublin where he's currently filming Rodrigo Garcia's "Albert Dobbs," a period drama starring Glenn Close. "I'm a…
Completed but never released and assumed lost, 1965 U.S. indie "Summer Children" is no rediscovered classic.
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