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Kickstart Theft Project a film project by directors Fredric Goodich and Vilmos Zsigmond


I am glad to announce the release film of Kickstart Theft, which I did all the still photography for. It was a great honor to work with two of the best cinemaphotographers. Thank you Fredrich Goodich and Vilmos Zsigmond!

I got to work as a still photographer for both accomplished Cinematographer : Vilmos Zsigmond, Director : Frederic Goodich. Both such wonderful people to work behind the scenes with! Cinematographer : Vilmos Zsigmond has been shooting some of the best films for over 50 years. Along with László Kovács, a fellow student who fled Hungary in 1956, Zsigmond rose to prominence in the 1970s. He is known for his use of natural light and vivid use of color on features such as The Long Goodbye (1973) and Close Encounters of the Third Kind(1977).

Began his career photographing the Hungarian revolution of 1956. Won several international and domestic awards as director of TV commercials. He and László Kovács shot footage of the Soviet invasion and then escaped to the United States where they sold the footage to CBS. The name, if spelled correctly in Hungarian, should sound like “Vilmosh Sigmond”.

Member of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Cinematographers Branch) [2007-].

Member of the American Society of Cinematographers.

Owns a camera, lighting and grip company in Budapest.

Cinemotographer : Frederic Goodich, a member of the American Society of Cinematographers, Frederic Goodich, ASC has shot nearly 1000 commercials in his career. Born in the Bronx, Goodich is a graduate of Bronx High School of Science and City College of New York where he majored in Film Studies. As an educator, Goodich has taught at the American Film Institute, Art Center College of Design and California Institute of the Arts. He  has been shooting some of the award-winning commercials, movies, and short films for 41 years. http://www.fredericgoodich.com/

 

 

It is hard working for free, when you have been at it for 21 years, but another chance to work with amazing people. When opportunity knocks to give you the chance to work with wonderful and accomplished people that have been in the biz for a lifetime, you learn to truly appreciate to work with them in it’s highest capacity. I am truly blessed to get the chance to work with these wonderful people with creative vision. Tomorrow will be another fun filled day of working with these amazing people. Here is the link to the movie:Image

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This entry was posted on October 13, 2012 by in Bourgeois Magazine LA, Film, Still Movie Projects.
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