This passionate documentary about the legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff reveals a unique figure in British and international cinema. Jack Cardiff’s career spanned an incredible nine of moving picture’s first ten decades and his work behind the camera altered the look of films forever through his use of Technicolor photography. Jack Cardiff provided the canvas for classics like The Red Shoes and The African Queen. He won his first Oscar for his stunning Technicolor cinematography on Black Narcissus. Amongst many fascinating revelations and anecdotes in the film, Jack relates what it was like to work with Hollywood’s greatest icons, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Kirk Douglas and Sophia Loren.

Date de sortie

Langue originale: English
Genre: Documentary
Durée: 90 min
Année: 2010


Un film de
Craig McCall