George Heath (cinematographer)

George Heath (1901 - 1968) was an Australian cinematographer best known for his collaboration with Ken G. Hall for whom he shot several features.[1] According to one observer, he fitted into the Cinesound world far more than his predecessor, Frank Harley - "Heath adapted much more easily to studio work and soon developed into a technician of world class. His work on the features was always attuned to the demands of the film and its future audience: his images show few of the pretensions to grandeur which are to be found in the work of Hurley, and instead his photography is clear, expressive and undemanding."[2]

Selected filmography


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