At the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Linwood Dunn Theatre, ARRI officially introduced the ALEXA 65 camera and lenses. To a packed audience of cinematographers and other industry figures, ARRI Rental also showed several short reels that had been shot with the ALEXA 65, including one by cinematographer Greig Fraser (Zero Dark Thirty, Foxcatcher), who is attached to the upcoming untitled Star Wars project.
Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Mr. Turner and Unbroken Vie for Top Honours for ASC Award
Five directors of photography will vie for the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Award in the theatrical motion picture category at the organisation’s 29th Outstanding Achievement Awards ceremony. The nominees are:
Recent FCP-X updates and the arrival of the new Mac Pro computers were timely for the latest Tour de France broadcast this summer. Four edit suites were primed to edit the programme before and while it aired.
For 10 years now this magazine has been promoting the high definition and beyond message. So it comes as some surprise to find a format that we had previously assured ourselves was unparalleled in its glorious resolution to be dragging its heels in standard def.
One of the UK’s largest broadcast hire company, Procam, today announced the acquisition of Leicester-based lens service and manufacturing facility True Lens Services. With lenses now at the heart of television, drama and film production, the move has been designed to allow Procam to deliver the latest British lens engineering innovation direct to its client base.