- Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff is a 2010 documentary film that explores the work of the cinematographer Jack Cardiff. It reviews his work and with the input of many of his contemporaries, examines his legacy as one of the most influential film makers in the world and details how he became master of the Technicolor process.
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May 13, 2011 · With Jack Cardiff, Martin Scorsese, Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall. In 2001 Jack Cardiff (1914-2009) became the first director of photography in the history of the Academy Awards to win an Honorary Oscar.
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Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff ( 25 ) IMDb 7.7 1h 26min 2011 7+ In 2001 Jack Cardiff (1914-2009) became the first director of photography in the history of the Academy Awards to win an Honorary Oscar.
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Movie Info This documentary explores the life of Jack Cardiff, a former child actor who went on to achieve great things in film. But Cardiff didn't excel in front of the camera; he mastered the...
- Craig McCall
- Modus Operandi Films
- Richard McGill, Craig McCall
- 5 May 2010
Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff was released in 2011 on Friday, May 13, 2011 in 1 theater. There were 17 other movies released on the same date, including Priest , Bridesmaids and Go for It! .
- Craig Mccall
Cameraman is filled with Cardiff's achingly beautiful work, from the furious violet moods of Black Narcissus (1947) and his ballet fantasia The Red Shoes (1948) to Sylvester Stallone's agonized ...
Cameraman celebrates the life and work of this unique figure in British and international cinema, a man whose career spans an incredible nine decades of cinema history. “Legend” is a word all too frequently used in Hollywood, yet Jack Cardiff’s story surely proves him worthy of that title.
Synopsis In 2001 Jack Cardiff (1914-2009) became the first director of photography in the history of the Academy Awards to win an Honorary Oscar. But the first time he clasped the famous statuette in his hand was a half-century earlier when his Technicolor camerawork was awarded for Powell and Pressburger’s Black Narcissus.
- Modus Operandi Films, UK Film Council
- Craig Mccall
Sons and Lovers (1960) Jack Cardiff, OBE, BSC (18 September 1914 – 22 April 2009) was a British cinematographer, film and television director, and photographer. His career spanned the development of cinema, from silent film, through early experiments in Technicolor, to filmmaking more than half a century later.