Trailer for GHOST IN THE SHELL, captured with ALEXA 65
GHOST IN THE SHELL stars Scarlett Johansson as Major, a cyber-enhanced counter-terrorism soldier who comes to question her identity and background. Seeking to develop a timeless, high-quality aesthetic for the film, cinematographer Jess Hall BSC chose the ALEXA 65 large format camera system, which is available exclusively from ARRI Rental.
Pure Creativity. Share the Passion. ARRI Lighting Showreel
The new ARRI Lighting Showreel demonstrates the limitless creative possibilities afforded by ARRI’s range of versatile LED fixtures.Interact with the light; paint with the light; make the light work for you.
ARRI Lighting Showreel – Behind the Scenes
A glimpse behind the scenes on ARRI Lighting’s new showreel, shot over two days with 350 m of rigging pipe, 4,820 DMX channels, two dancers and 300 ARRI LED lighting fixtures. Pure Creativity. Share the Passion.
Mandy Rahn introduces ARRI’s International Support Program
Mandy Rahn introduces ARRI’s International Support Program – a global initiative to support talented young filmmakers in realizing their unique projects.
Leslie Mann and John Cho present a Scientific and Engineering Award to ARRI, with Executive Board member Franz Kraus making the acceptance speech.
THE GREAT WALL featurette
See ALEXA 65 and director Zhang Yimou in action behind the scenes of THE GREAT WALL, shot by cinematographer Stuart Dryburgh ASC, NZCS (co-credited with Zhao Xiaoding).
Trailer for THE GREAT WALL, captured with ALEXA 65
THE GREAT WALL, directed by Zhang Yimou and shot by cinematographer Stuart Dryburgh ASC, NZCS (co-credited with Zhao Xiaoding), was the first film to use ARRI Rental's ALEXA 65 as its A-camera on main unit.
ARRI Executive Board Member Jörg Pohlman on Berlinale 2017
Jörg Pohlman on the importance of Berlinale, ARRI being a proud sponsor, passion for movies, the film industry, Berlinale Talents and the new generation of filmmakers.
Centenary kick-off: an interview with the board
ARRI Group Managing Directors and Executive Board members Jörg Pohlman and Franz Kraus kick-off the company’s centenary by looking back at ARRI’s early history, its transition from analog to digital and the plans for 2017.