Cinematographer, Director:

Starting out in film as a child actor aged just four, Jack Cardiff went on to become a master of Technicolor cinematography in a career that spanned ninety years and more than one hundred films.

Responsible for the unforgettable visuals of A Matter Of Life and Death, Black Narcissus (for which he won an Academy Award) and The African Queen, Jack also graduated to direction on films as diverse as the acclaimed Sons and Lovers and 1960s cult classic Girl On A Motorcycle.

Jack was awarded an honorary, Lifetime Achievment OscarĀ® in 2001. He died, aged 94, in April 2009.