Geoffrey Faithfull B.S.C

28.1.1893 – 1.12.1979

British pioneer cinematographer who started in 1908 with Cecil Hepworth. Hepworth was a British film director, producer and screenwriter and among the founders of the British film industry. By 1913 at age 20, Faithfull became a full director of photography and photographed over 190 films during his career. He is known for his work on Village of the Damned (1960 Directed by Wolf Rilla), Murder She Said (1961 Directed by George Pollock) and Two Way Stretch (1960 Directed by Robert Day starring Peter Sellers).

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