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Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (5-May-2010)

Director: Craig McCall

Keywords: Documentary, Filmmaking, Biography

Documentary chronicles the life and body of work of famed Hollywood cameraman Jack Cardiff.

ABSTRACT
Renowned for his groundbreaking Technicolor camerawork for features such as The African Queen and War and Peace, Jack Cardiff's storied career behind the camera is documented in Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff.

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Lauren Bacall
Actor
16-Sep-1924   Key Largo
Kathleen Byron
Actor
11-Jan-1921 18-Jan-2009 Black Narcissus
Jack Cardiff
Cinematographer
18-Sep-1914 22-Apr-2009 The Long Ships
Kirk Douglas
Actor
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
Richard Fleischer
Film Director
8-Dec-1916 24-Mar-2006 Soylent Green
Freddie Francis
Film Director
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Charlton Heston
Actor
4-Oct-1923 5-Apr-2008 The Ten Commandments
Dustin Hoffman
Actor
8-Aug-1937   The Graduate
Kim Hunter
Actor
12-Nov-1922 11-Sep-2002 Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire
John Mills
Actor
22-Feb-1908 23-Apr-2005 Ryan's Daughter
Alan Parker
Film Director
14-Feb-1944   Pink Floyd: The Wall
Martin Scorsese
Film Director
17-Nov-1942   Taxi Driver
Moira Shearer
Dancer
17-Jan-1926 31-Jan-2006 The Red Shoes
Peter Yates
Film Director
24-Jul-1929 9-Jan-2011 Breaking Away

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