Jack Cardiff shot some of the most visually breathtaking films in screen history. He was behind the camera when Hitchcock directed his tour de force Rope; when Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger created The Red Shoes, and when John Huston made The African Queen. Now this world-famous cinematographer emerges from behind the lens to talk about his art and the people he worked with during his stellar career. In a question-and-answer format, enhanced with 90 photographs of his best work, Cardiff offers a wealth of anecdotes about his 70 years in film. He discusses personalities such as Marilyn Monroe and Humphrey Bogart, and provides insights into his craft--about lighting, and using color— in an entertaining, nontechnical manner.
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Author Justin Bowyer is a film journalist and author and has been working with Jack Cardiff for three years. Jack Cardiff has been norminated for several Oscars in his lifetime, and won in 1947 for Black Narcissus and was given The Honorary Life Time Award Oscar in 2001.
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