Making of THE RIDE Go behind the scenes during filming of THE RIDE, directed and captured in true anamorphic by Karl-Walter Lindenlaub ASC, BVK, on ALEXA with the MA35, MA50 and MA75 ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic lenses. Music by Statler Brothers, "Flowers on the Wall."
Master Anamorphic showreel: THE RIDE THE RIDE is a short film that was directed and shot on location in Los Angeles by cinematographer Karl Walter Lindenlaub, ASC, BVK, using an ALEXA and the MA35, MA50 and MA75 ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic lenses. Lindenlaub was especially impressed by the consistency and lack of distortion of the Master Anamorphics.
Making of LAST PASSENGER Cinematographer Angus Hudson shares some of his experiences shooting director Omid Nooshin’s low-budget British thriller LAST PASSENGER with an ALEXA and vintage anamorphic lenses.
IBC 2013: Ultra Wide Zoom 9.5-18/T1.9 Introducing the new UWZ 9.5-18/T2.9, a super wide-angle zoom lens that covers the image area of large sensor cameras and delivers exceptionally detailed, distortion-free images.
FRUITVALE STATION: "Tough Love" clip Cited as DP Rachel Morrison's favorite scene, this moving clip was shot on location in San Quentin State Prison.
FRUITVALE STATION trailer Sundance Grand Jury and Audience Award Winner, FRUITVALE STATION was shot with the ARRIFLEX 416 via the ARRI Sundance Grant.
WHITE HOUSE DOWN: Behind the Scenes Featurette Check out the exciting set of WHITE HOUSE DOWN, shot at Locations Michel Trudel in Montreal, who also supplied the lighting package along with ALEXA Plus cameras, ARRI/ZEISS Master Primes, the ARRI/ZEISS Lightweight Zoom LWZ-1 and Fujinon Premiere Zooms.
WHITE HOUSE DOWN Trailer Shot and lit with ARRI: WHITE HOUSE DOWN utilized ALEXA Plus cameras capturing on ARRIRAW to Codex recorders with ARRI/ZEISS Master Primes, ARRI/Zeiss Lightweight Zoom LWZ-1 and Fujinon Premiere zooms. ARRI lighting fixtures included ARRIMAX 18Ks, M40, M18s and more.
THE HOST official trailer THE HOST is the latest film from the visually inventive mind of director Andrew Niccol. After using the ALEXA on his previous feature, IN TIME, Niccol suggested using it again to his DP on THE HOST, Roberto Schaefer, ASC, AIC.