ARRI activities at Camerimage

ARRI is attending and supporting Camerimage 2017 in Bydgoszcz, Poland this mid-November. Here are the full details of ARRI´s events and activities at this year´s festival of cinematography.

Excellent movies, outstanding filmmakers as well as lots of seminars, workshops, and meetings – The 25th anniversary of Camerimage takes place from November 11 – 18, 2017 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Once again, ARRI is attending and supporting the international film festival dedicated to the art of cinematography. With an expanded booth space, ARRI will be showcasing the latest developments for moviemakers, including camera systems, lighting, and accessories, as well as exclusive lens options by ARRI Rental and complete packages for film, TV, commercials, and multi–media productions by ARRI Media.

In addition, ARRI is hosting seminars on its TRINITY camera stabilizer and the International Support Program and presenting an ARRI Academy Master Class on high dynamic range (HDR) workflows. In recognition of its 100th anniversary, ARRI is using its Big Screen event to screen a specially edited documentary showcasing THE FILMMAKER`S VIEW. Furthermore, ARRI is hosting a number of networking events by invitation only.

Below are the full details of ARRI´s events at this year´s Camerimage which are publicly accessible with festival badges:

November 14
Creativity in Motion
A seminar on how to make the best use of TRINITY

With stabilized camera operator Joerg Schenten SOA, BVK
11:30am – 1:00pm
Seminar Room
Opera Nova

Attendees at this seminar will get a hands-on overview of the TRINITY camera stabilizer and a live demonstration of its many application possibilities. Case studies will be presented, with clips screened from our showreel and training videos. Direct audience interaction will be encouraged via a Q&A session.

ARRI´s TRINITY is the first hybrid camera stabilizer to combine mechanical stabilization with active electronic gimbal stabilization


November 15
“Let´s Work Together”
A seminar on how ARRI supports new filmmakers

With director Wanuri Kahiu (RAFIKI), DP Toby Oliver ACS (WILDLING), and ARRI´s Senior Manager International Programs Mandy Rahn
2:00pm – 3:30pm
Seminar Room
Opera Nova

ARRI’s Mandy Rahn gives an overview of the International Support Program, a global initiative to help launch the next generation of cinematic storytellers. Through the program, producers can apply for multifaceted support from ARRI, from co-production, development and state-of-the-art equipment to postproduction, and international sales. Both feature films that have been assisted by the program since its launch in 2016 will be examined in the seminar. Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu will discuss her movie RAFIKI, shot by Christopher Wessels, while cinematographer Toby Oliver ACS will talk about his collaboration with first-time director Fritz Boehm on WILDLING.

International Support Program is a global initiative to help launch the next generation of cinematic storytellers


November 15
ARRI Big Screen Event
THE FILMMAKER´S VIEW

An interview-based documentary celebrating 100 years of ARRI
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Main Auditorium
Opera Nova

This documentary film, specially edited for Camerimage, draws on just some of the more than 200 video interviews ARRI conducted with cinematographers, directors, lighting technicians, inventors, and historians in the lead-up to its centenary celebrations in 2017. They spoke about their passion for telling stories, their love of film, and their individual experiences with ARRI. The videos of the centenary interview series THE FILMMAKER´S VIEW can be viewed on ARRI’s website.

THE FILMMAKER´S VIEW is an interview series celebrating 100 years of ARRI


November 16
ARRI Academy HDR Master Class
How to light, shoot, and post for HDR

With Karl Walter Lindenlaub ASC and ARRI and FilmLight experts, supported by LG
11:30am – 4:00pm
Workshop Centre
University of Economy Building M

During the first section of this ARRI Academy Master Class, cinematographer Karl Walter Lindenlaub ASC will demonstrate how to light and shoot a built set with HDR deliverables in mind. Experts from ARRI and FilmLight will then work with the footage shot by Lindenlaub, showing how to postproduce images for final viewing on HDR TV or cinema screens.

Karl Walter Lindenlaub will demonstrate how to light and shoot with HDR deliverables in mind

For more information about Camerimage, including a full program and registration details, visit the Camerimage website http://camerimage.pl/en/