Cinematographer Jack Cardiff (b.1914) has died. Cardiff worked on numerous films of genre, or nominal genre interest, including The Vikings, Conan the Destroyer, Crossed Swords, The Fifth Musketeer, and The Tell-Tale Heart. He might be best known for his work on The African Queen, and he worked as the director on Sons and Lovers. He won an Oscar for cinematography for Black Narcissus in 1947 and an honorary Oscar in 2001.
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