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||February 20, 1968
||November 9, 1902
||Cause of Death:
||London, England, GB
RATE AND COMMENT
Co-founded Film Society
Went to Hollywood to study filmmaking methods
Returned to England to assist Sinclair Hall on film, "Boadicea"
First film as co-director (with A.V. Bramble), "Shooting Stars" (also screenwriter and editor)
Solo film directing debut, "Underground"
Co-directed (with Geoffrey Barkas) first sound film, "Tell England"
Became first president of Association of Cinematographic Technicians
First collaboration with Terrence Rattigan, filming his play, "French Without Tears"
Formed International Screenplays with Terrence Rattigan and Anatole de Grunwald
Directed ballets starring Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev for British TV in the mid-1950s