Bauhaus celebrated its 100th anniversary year with a grand opening festival on January 16, 2019 at the Akademie der Kuenste in Berlin. The ceremony, featuring the premiere of the concert “Bau.Haus.Klang. A Harmony Theory” by Michael Wollny was opened by German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. The event was streamed live on Arte Concert and shown a few days later in a Berlin cinema. The Institut fuer Bildbewegung (IFBBW) used Ruptly’s transmission technology in the production for which director Thomas Janze employed four ARRI AMIRAs and two ALEXA Minis which were mounted on a Blackcam system.
Bauhaus Festival live stream filmed with six ARRI cameras: “Very convincing”
The opening ceremony celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus was filmed with four ARRI AMIRAs and two ALEXA Minis and streamed live on Arte Concert. Director Thomas Janze talks about the camera setup.