Tony Zierra

director of "Filmworker"

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Leon Vitali was an actor, but left the profession behind to be a personal assistant, archivist, casting director, acting coach, behind-the-scenes photographer, and more for legendary…

A documentary about Stanley Kubrick's right-hand man

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