Always looking to pass onto you any interesting tidbits that float through the Varied Celluloid mail account, I thought this might be of interest to my fellow cinema loving friends. The good folks over at Disc Dish have recently posted a interview with legendary cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond. Zsigmond is promoting the documentary No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo and Vilmos, which is based upon Zsigmond’s work with his colleague László Kovács. Essentially this story covers their rise from being European exiles into being two of the most respected figures in the cinematographic field. Zsigmond himself is well known for his work on films such as The Deer Hunter, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Deliverance, and recently he even worked on The Black Dahlia. This a man who obviously has more than a few interesting stories, and the Disc Dish review is certainly worth checking out. Swing by the website and give it a read, and chances are you’ll be dying to see the movie afterward.