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ARRI dominates as the cameras of choice for Oscar® winners at the 88th Annual Academy Awards, with ALEXA a clear favorite among top filmmakers.
Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki ASC, AMC works with ALEXA XT, ALEXA M and ALEXA 65 cameras, combined with ARRI lenses, on Alejandro Iñárritu's immersive epic.
ARRI hosts top-level DPs and showcases its latest products at the annual technology expo of the British Society of Cinematographers in London.
Captured with ALEXA and starring Cate Blanchett, MANIFESTO is the latest video project from artist Julian Rosefeldt and cinematographer Christoph Krauss BVK.
Michael McDonough ASC combines the ALEXA XT and Master Anamorphic lenses with the ARRIFLEX 765 65 mm film camera on Terence Davies' epic new film.
For the third year running ARRI supports Taiwan's prestigious Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, where many entries were shot with ARRI digital or film cameras.