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Manley talks about MAD MEN's striking look, the switch from film to ALEXA and his jump to the director's chair.
DP Pete Romano ASC discusses using ALEXA 65 to shoot an underwater sequence in MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE -- ROGUE NATION, the large format system's first production.
DP K.K. Senthil Kumar combines Master Primes with ALEXA XT and the Open Gate format on BAAHUBALI: THE BEGINNING, the most expensive Indian film ever made.
2nd unit cinematographer David Burr ACS and coordinating camera assistant Michelle Pizanis discuss working with a fleet of 10 ALEXAs on MAD MAX: FURY ROAD.
DP Morteza Gheidi shoots ProRes 2K with ALEXA for Ida Panahandeh's hard-hitting drama film NAHID, which won an award in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes.
Captured on ALEXA, RESULTS is a comedy from writer/director Andrew Bujalski, shot by Matthias Grunsky. RESULTS won the 2014 Film Independent ARRI Feature Film Grant.