Video of a presentation by Bill Zarchy at Northbrae Community Church, Berkeley, California on 2/3/16.
The author reads excerpts from four of the stories in his book, Showdown at Shinagawa: Tales of Filming from Bombay to Brazil.” He also discusses the ins and outs of self-publishing, as well as his background as a globe-trotting cinematographer.
The stories read:
“Starstruck at Cannes: Morgan Freeman on the Red Carpet”
“21st Century Village: Telemedicine in Rural India”
“Dog Years: Sophie, Pop, and Bill Clinton”
Please note: Video is from an iPad. Sound level is low, but audible. Crank it up!
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