The Polar Express and A Christmas Carol paved the way for director Robert Zemeckis’ latest feature, in which life-like dolls bring the story to life.
DOP John Mathieson explains the digital route of this traditional royal period drama with two impressive female leads.
The second series of the police drama Bancroft is being mostly shot at night. But how is DOP Mattias Nyberg coping with a new camera for the new series?
This time last year we ran a rental special. now we revisit the topic to find out what’s changed in 2018.
For the new Fantastic Beasts movie, Technicolor managed a huge and complex pipeline from dailies to deliverables.
This three-headed 18th-century romp continues the resurgence of film use for movies and commercials.
Jon Shepley from Creokinetics reports on a camera that is almost too good to be true: the E2 from Z Cam
A new documentary will feature jetmen with strapped-on wings, flying at fixed wing speeds – but capturing the flight is just part of the story.
ITV’s drama offering is on the rise again with a new adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair. Production company Mammoth Screen has made this episodic for ITV and Amazon Video but how is it different from any other British made period drama?
When movie superstar Tom Cruise signed on to The Mummy 2017, major changes happened; one of those was the actioning of a huge zero-gravity sequence
2017 marks 100 years since August Arnold and Robert Richter rented a small former shoemaker’s store in Munich and set up shop as a film technology firm
A Cure for Wellness is a beautifully made movie that uses all that cinema is good at to play with your mind and assault your senses, gradually leading you on a downwards spiral of graphic horror