ALEXA Teaser Camerimage 2011
ALEXA shoots Barwa Bank commercial
DP Mik Allen, who is based in the United Arab Emirates, shot this high profile commercial for Barwa Bank with ARRI ALEXA cameras and Ultra Prime lenses from rental facility FilmQuip Dubai.
THE WHOLLY FAMILY trailer
Terry Gilliam's THE WHOLLY FAMILY, an Italian-language short film, was shot on ALEXA cameras by cinematographer Nicola Pecorini and recently won the 2011 European Film Academy Short Film Award.
Scorsese and Cameron on Shooting HUGO in 3D
Director Martin Scorsese discusses his vision with James Cameron for his latest film HUGO. The production shot in 3D stereoscopic with ALEXA cameras, which utilized Fusion Pace 3D rigs developed by Cameron Pace Group. Footage courtesy of Paramount Pictures.
Canon EOS C300 equipped with ARRI Pro Accessories
ARRI Pro Accessories are ready to outfit Canon's newest camera body, the C300, with the most stable and reliable support systems in the industry. ARRI's Philip Vischer offers a first peek at the new adapter plate. Music courtesy of JasonShaw@audionautix.com
Mini Follow Focus MFF-2 Cine
Shawn Bannon is an LA-based director, cinematographer and producer, who shoots with a DSLR and is the proud owner of ARRIs MMB-2 mini matte box and MFF-2 mini follow focus.
Behind the scenes on THE MAN WITH THE BASSOON
German TV audiences have voted in their millions to name DER MANN MIT DEM FAGOTT (THE MAN WITH THE BASSOON) as TV Miniseries of the Year at the prestigious BAMBI Awards. The series was shot on ARRI ALEXA cameras by DP Gernot Roll, BVK.
FOOTLOOSE: Behind the Scenes
ARRICAMs and the ARRIFLEX 435 capture the performances of FOOTLOOSE, directed by Craig Brewer with cinematography by Amy Vincent, ASC. Shot on 35mm, the remake of this classic coming-of-age story showcased true dancing without body doubles for the lead actors. Courtesy of Paramount Pictures.
IN TIME trailer
IN TIME is a sci-fi thriller set in the near future written and directed by Andrew Niccol. Shot on ALEXA with ARRI Master Primes, the production marks cinematographer Roger Deakins ASC, BSC's first foray into digital acquisition. Cameras provided by Otto Nemenz, lighting supplied by Illumination Dynamics.