ARRI Lounge, showrooms, and presentations
At the same time, interested parties were able to take full advantage of the opportunity to learn about ARRI's extensive portfolio of products and services for the motion picture industry in showrooms and at presentations.
For the first time in Germany, ARRI's new large-format camera system, including the ALEXA LF camera and ARRI Signature Prime lenses, was presented to the public. ARRI's wirelessly controllable LED spotlights of the SkyPanel series, including the new SkyPanel 360-C, could also be seen on site.
The Making of Netflix "Dark"
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There was a great rush at a discussion round in the dffb cinema with the makers of the first German Netflix series "Dark" presented by ARRI. This was filmed with equipment provided by ARRI Rental and post-produced by ARRI Media. Showrunner Baran Bo Odar, Executive Producer Justyna Muesch (Wiedemann & Berg), gaffer Bjoern Susen, sound designer/supervising sound editor Alexander Wuertz, lead colorist Steffen Paul, and in-house producer Lola Knoblach (all three ARRI Media), moderated by Elfi Kerscher (ARRI) gave insights into the production and postproduction.
ARRI Media at the EFM
At the European Film Market (EFM) in Martin-Gropius-Bau, ARRI's world sales department presented its current portfolio. This includes the new family comedy "Help! I Shrunk My Parants," Andrei Konchalovsky's Oscar-shortlisted "Paradise," the Cannes entry "Directions," and the 3D-animated film "Ploey - You Never Fly Alone." Other titles include "Arthur & Clair," "Four Hands," and "Mr. Moll & the Chocolate Factory."
ARRI co-partner of Berlinale Talents
"Lighting the Future: Blade Runner 2049"
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With the support of ARRI, the discussion round "Lighting the Future: Blade Runner 2049" took place at the sold-out HAU3 within the framework of Berlinale Talents. Gaffer Krisztián Paluch and light programmer Titusz Badonics explained how they used the latest lighting technology from ARRI Rental to create the intense, oppressive atmosphere of Denis Villeneuve's "Blade Runner 2049." They showed exemplary scenes and behind-the-scenes-photos and talked about the cooperation with cinematographer Roger Deakins, who was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the film. Afterwards, the lighting specialists had the chance to answer audience questions.
Workshop "Camera Studio"
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At the "Camera Studio" workshop, the talents were given deep insight into the use of ARRI camera and lighting technology by the Portuguese cameraman Rui Poças and experts from ARRI Rental - and of course they were able to experience the products hands-on.