ARRI impressions from Cannes 2017
At the Cannes International Film Festival ARRI holds two events to intensify relationships with filmmakers.
Fredrik Wenzel at Cannes 2017
Cinematographer Fredrik Wenzel speaks with ARRI at the 70th Cannes Film Festival about shooting Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or-winning feature film THE SQUARE with ALEXA XT and Master Prime lenses. BTS photo: Tobias Henriksson. Production stills: Platform Production AB
Joshua James Richards at Cannes 2017
Director Chloe Zhao’s film THE RIDER won the top prize in the Director’s Fortnight selection at the 70th Cannes Film Festival; it was shot by British cinematographer Joshua James Richards with AMIRA and Ultra Primes. BTS photos: Nick Langley. Production stills: Caviar.
Mikhail Krichman RGC at Cannes 2017
Cinematographer Mikhail Krichman RGC chose ALEXA cameras and SkyPanel lights on director Andrei Zvyagintsev’s intense and disturbing film LOVELESS, which was awarded the Jury Prize at Cannes. Production stills: Non Stop Production / Anna Matveeva.
Stephan Komandarev at Cannes 2017
Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev worked with cinematographer Vesselin Hristov on his film DIRECTIONS, which follows multiple taxi drivers navigating the streets of Sofia on the same evening. The film was shot in long, continuous takes with an ALEXA Mini. BTS photos: Argo Film. Production stills: Argo Film.
Ed Lachman ASC at Cannes 2017
Legendary cinematographer Ed Lachman ASC chose to work mainly on 35 mm film for LOVELESS, his latest collaboration with director Todd Haynes. ARRICAMs captured 90% of the action, though an ALEXA Mini was used for challenging scenes in a museum. Production stills: Cinetic Media.
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Bill Bennett ASC on ARRI LDS
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NAB 2017: ARRI Electronic Control Systems
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