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From Wikipedia Jack Cardiff was a British cinematographer, director and photographer. His career spanned the development of cinema, from silent film, through early experiments in Technicolor to filmmaking in the 21st century. He was best known for his influential colour cinematography for directors such as Powell and Pressburger, Huston and Hitchcock.
September 18, 1914, Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK
April 22, 2009
1946 A Matter of Life and DeathDirector of Photography 1947 Black NarcissusDirector of Photography 1948 The Red ShoesDirector of Photography 1949 Under CapricornDirector of Photography 1951 Pandora and the Flying DutchmanDirector of Photography 1952 The African QueenDirector of Photography 1954 The Barefoot ContessaCinematography 1956 War and PeaceDirector of Photography 1958 The VikingsDirector of Photography 1978 Death on the NileDirector of Photography 1980 The Dogs of WarDirector of Photography 1981 Ghost StoryDirector of Photography 1984 Conan the DestroyerDirector of Photography 1985 Rambo: First Blood Part IIDirector of Photography 1985 Cat's EyeDirector of PhotographyLimited to the 15 most popular items