A higher learning experience with Vilmos Zsigmond

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There were tears, laughter and inspirational stories August 8 as Hungarian-American cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond led a Toronto International Film Festival Higher Learning Master Class. Zsigmond got his start in the American film industry in the 1970s by working alongside director…

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