INSURGENT Sneak Peek
INSURGENT was captured on the ARRI ALEXA XT and ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphics provided by ARRI Rental Atlanta.
Master Anamorphic Flare Sets showreel
Cinematographer Tom Faehrmann tests the new Master Anamorphic Flare Sets, which enhance on-set creativity by giving each of the seven focal lengths three additional looks without sacrificing the resolution, lack of distortion or corner-to-corner optical performance for which the Master Anamorphics are famous.
Whirlpool: Perceptions of Care
"Perceptions of Care," which shows three generations of one family living under the same roof, was directed and shot by Mai Iskander on the ARRI AMIRA.
Product Designer Michael Jonas about ALEXA Mini
Newsshooter.com editor Dan Chung speaks to Michael Jonas of ARRI about the new ALEXA MINI at the BVE show in London.
Shot by Simon Glass and edited by Elliot Smith.
Trailer for MARY KOM, captured with ALEXA
MARY KOM is an Indian biopic about the internationally famous female boxer of that name. Directed by Omung Kumar and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, it was captured with ALEXA in ARRIRAW by Japanese DP Keiko Nakahara, who also worked with Master Prime lenses.
A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT trailer
Captured on an ALEXA STUDIO, A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT is billed as an Iranian Vampire Western. Lyle Vincent’s black and white anamorphic cinematography transports viewers into this otherworldly realm from writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour.
ARRI Big Screen Experience 2014 intro
ARRI’s Marc Shipman-Mueller introduces the ARRI Big Screen Experience at Camerimage 2014, which provided an overview of the amazing variety of production types, distribution formats and deliverables that can be accommodated when shooting with ARRI cameras and lenses.
Interview with Phedon Papamichael, ASC
Phedon Papamichael, ASC speaks with ARRI’s Marc Shipman-Mueller during the ARRI Big Screen Experience at Camerimage 2014, discussing some of the projects he has shot in ARRIRAW with ALEXA cameras.
Johann Perry and Neil Harvey interview
During the ARRI Big Screen Experience at Camerimage 2014, documentary filmmakers Johann Perry and Neil Harvey share their experiences of working with the AMIRA camera on a wide range of productions.