Vilmos Zsigmond

Director of Photography - Hungary
Born June 16, 1930 in Szeged, Ungarn
Died January 1, 2016 in Big Sur, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Vilmos Zsigmond was born on June 16, 1930 in Szeged, Ungarn. He was a Hungarian Director of Photography, known for Jinxed! (1982), Winter Kills (1979), The last Waltz (1978), Vilmos Zsigmond's first movie on record is from 1956. Vilmos Zsigmond died on January 1, 2016 in Big Sur, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 2006.

Vilmos Zsigmond Filmography [Auszug]
2006: [] The Black Dahlia (Director of Photography), Directed by Brian De Palma, with Josh Hartnett, Scarlett Johansson, ,
2001: [] Life as a house (Director of Photography), Directed by Irwin Winkler, with , Sam Robards, Barry Primus,
2000: [] The Body (Director of Photography),
1999: [] Ljuset haller mig sallskap (Director of Photography),
1998: [] Playing by Heart (Director of Photography), Directed by Willard Carroll, with Gilian Anderson, Gena Rowlands, Dennis Quaid,
1996: [] The Ghost and the Darkness (Director of Photography), Directed by Stephen Hopkins, with Michael Douglas, Bernard Hill, John Kani,
1994: [/ /1] The Crossing Guard (Director of Photography), Directed by Sean Penn, with Richard Bradford, Anjelica Huston, Piper Laurie,
1993: [/ /1] Maverick (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Donner, with James Coburn, Jodie Foster, James Garner,
1993: [] The Intersection (Director of Photography), Directed by Mark Rydell, with Lolita Davidovich, Richard Gere, Martin Landau,
1992: [/ /1] Sliver (Director of Photography), Directed by Phillip Noyce, with William Baldwin, Tom Berenger, Colleen Camp,
1991: [/ /1] Stalin (Director of Photography), Directed by Ivan Passer, with Robert Duvall,
1991: [/ /1] The long shadows (Director), with Dezsö Garas, Zoltán Gera, Ava Haddad,
1991: [/ /1] Journey to Spirit Island (Director of Photography), Directed by Laszlo Pal, with Tony Acierto, Bettina, Gabriel Damon,
1990: [/ /1] Bonfire of the Vanities (Director of Photography), Directed by Brian De Palma, with Kim Cattrall, Melanie Griffith, Tom Hanks,
1989: [/ /1] The two Jakes (Chinatown II) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jack Nicholson, with Ruben Blades, Harvey Keitel, Jack Nicholson,
1984: [/ /1] No small affair (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerry Schatzberg, with Jon Cryer, Elizabeth Daily, Peter Frechette,
1984: [/ /1] The River (Director of Photography), Directed by Mark Rydell, with Shane Bailey, Mel Gibson, Scott Glenn,
1982: [] Jinxed! (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Peckinpah, Don Siegel, with Val Avery, Jack Elam, Benson Fong,
1981: [/ /1] Blow out (Director of Photography), Directed by Brian De Palma, with Nancy Allen, Peter Boyden, Dennis Franz,
1980: [] Heaven's Gate (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Cimino, with Jeff Bridges, Christopher Walken, ,
1979: [] Winter Kills (Director of Photography), Directed by William Richert, with Jeff Bridges, John Huston, Anthony Perkins,
1979: [] The Rose (Director of Photography), Directed by Mark Rydell, with Bette Midler, Alan Bates, David Keith,
1979: [/ /1] Flesh & Blood (Flesh and Blood) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jud Taylor, with , Suzanne Pleshette, Stack Pierce,
1978: [/ /1] The last Waltz (Director of Photography), Directed by Martin Scorsese, with Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan,
1978: [] The Deer Hunter (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Cimino, with Robert De Niro, Jon Cazale, John Savage,
1977: [] Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Director of Photography), Directed by Steven Spielberg, with Bob Balaban, Melinda Dillon, Justin Dreyfuss,
1976: [] Sweet Revenge (Dandy, the all American Girl) (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerry Schatzberg,
1975: [] Obsession (Director of Photography), Directed by Brian De Palma,
1974: [] The Sugarland Express (Director of Photography), Directed by Steven Spielberg, with Goldie Hawn, Ben Johnson, Michael Sacks,
1974: [/ /1] The girl from Petrovka (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Ellis Miller, with Zoran Andric, Grégoire Aslan, Anton Dolin,
1973: [] The Long Goodbye (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Altman, with Jim Bouton, Elliott Gould, Sterling Hayden,
1973: [/ /1] Cinderella Liberty (Director of Photography), Directed by Mark Rydell, with James Caan, Kirk Calloway, Marsha Mason,
1973: [] Scarecrow (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerry Schatzberg, with Sian Barbara Allen, Eileen Brennan, Gene Hackman,
1972: [/ /1] Images (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Altman, with René Auberjonois, Marcel Bozzuffi, Cathryn Harrison,
1971: [07.16] The hired hand (Director of Photography), Directed by Peter Fonda, with Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Verna Bloom,
1971: [] Deliverance (Director of Photography), Directed by John Boorman, with Ned Beatty, Ronny Cox, James Dickey,
1971: [06.24] McCabe & Mrs. Miller (John McCabe) (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Altman, with Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, ,
1970: [] Horror of the blood monsters (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Al Adamson,
1970: [] Red Sky at Morning (Director of Photography), Directed by James Goldstone, with Strother Martin,
1969: [] Five bloody graves (The lonely man, Five bloody days to Tombstone) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Al Adamson,
1969: [] Hot Rod Action (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Gene McCabe,
1969: [] The Monitors (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Jack Shea,
1969: [] Futz (Director of Photography), Directed by Tom O'Horgan,
1969: [] The Picasso Summer (Director of Photography), Directed by Serge Bourguignon,
1969: [] The Sky Bum (Director of Photography), Directed by Bruce Clark,
1968: [] Jennie, wife/child (Tender grass) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Robert Carl Cohen, James Landis,
1968: [] The name of the game is KILL! (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Gunnar Hellström,
1968: [] Prelude (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond),
1967: [] Mondo Mod (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Peter Perry,
1966: [] Road to Nashville (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Will Zens,
1965: [] Deadwood '76 (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by James Landis,
1965: [] A hot summer game (It's all in the game) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by James Bruner,
1965: [] The nasty rabbit (Spies-a-go-go) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by James Landis,
1965: [] Psycho a go-go! (The fiend with the electric brain) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Al Adamson,
1965: [] Rat Fink (Wild and Willing, The swinging fink) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by James Landis,
1965: [] Tales of a salesman (Tales of a travelling salesman) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Don Russell,
1964: [] The incredibly strange creatures who stopped living .. (Teenage psycho meets Bloody Mary, ... and became crazy mixed-up zombies) (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler,
1964: [] The time travelers (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by IB Melchior,
1964: [] What's up front (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Bob Wehling,
1963: [] Lullaby (Director: AKA William Zsigmond),
1963: [] Living between two worlds (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by Bobby Johnson,
1963: [] The Sadist (Director of Photography: AKA William Zsigmond), Directed by James Landis, with , Richard Alden, ,
1956: [] Revolt in Hungary (Director: AKA William Zsigmond),

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