IBC 2014 BIG SCREEN 2 - PCA, UWZ, AMIRA Marc Shipman-Mueller showcases ARRI’s Pro Camera Accessories, Electronic Control System and Ultra Wide Zoom, and interviews camera operator Susan Gibson about her experiences shooting a BBC wildlife documentary in Africa with the ARRI AMIRA.
ARRI Ultra Wide Zoom Thorsten Meywald, ARRI Product Manager for lenses, presents ARRI’s Ultra Wide Zoom UWZ 9.5-18/T2.9, the first super wide-angle zoom lens for the professional cine market.
Master Anamorphics in action Cinematographer Matias Boucard gives his verdict on the ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic lenses, after working with them on director Thierry Poiraud's thriller DON'T GROW UP.
Working with the ARRI Ultra Wide Zoom Cinematographer Bill Bennett, ASC, shares his experiences working with the ARRI Ultra Wide Zoom UWZ 9.5-18/T2.9, the first super wide-angle zoom lens for the professional cine market.
THE FAULT IN OUR STARS trailer DP Ben Richardson shot the moving drama with the ALEXA XT in ARRIRAW and ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime lenses from ARRI CSC.
DP André Turpin on the Master Anamorphics DP André Turpin speaks to ARRI at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival about the short film PRENDS MOI, which he directed and lensed with ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic lenses. This interview was captured with AMIRA, ARRI's documentary-style camera.
DOMINO FALLING trailer ARRI / ZEISS Master Anamorphic lenses and the ALEXA XT give short film DOMINO FALLING a cinematic look.
Silversun Pickups - Cannibal The Silversun Pickups' latest music video Cannibal drops the viewer right into an intense situation -- captured on ALEXA with Master Anarmophic lenses.
MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON trailer Director Kamaleswar Mukherjee's Bengali film MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON tells the story of Shankar, who bids farewell to his family in rural Bengal and sets out in search of adventure and riches. Cinematographer Soumik Halder captured in ProRes with ALEXA, utilizing a full set of ARRI/ZEISS Ultra Prime lenses, as well as an ARRI/FUJINON Alura Zoom 45-250.
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