Geoffrey Unsworth

Geoffrey Unsworth

World Garden

Born in 1914, Geoffrey Unsworth was a cinematographer who worked on dozens of feature films during his lifetime.

Unsworth’s debut as a cinematographer was British Council Collection film The People’s Land (1941), though he soon moved his focus to feature films -  working with fellow prolific British Council Film Collection cinematographer Jack Cardiff on The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) and A Matter of Life and Death (1946).

Unsworth continued to make films until his death in 1978, receiving many prestigious awards for his efforts. Today he is known for such classics as Cabaret (1972), Superman (1978), and 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).

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Geoffrey Unsworth's Collection films:

Gardens of England

1941

Make Fruitful the Land

1945

The People’s Land

1941

Power on the Land

1943

Teeth of Steel

1942

World Garden

1942