New equipment produces results for Movietech

Following a period of investment, the independent, Pinewood Studios-based camera, lens and grip specialist Movietech is seeing its newly-introduced product lines being embraced by an impressive roster of cinematographers. Having acquired some of the industry’s latest digital technology – in the form of RED Weapon cameras, plus hi-resolution lensing options from Leica, Fujinon and Cooke … Read more

Panasonic uncovers Secret Little Lives and projects huge images

A total of 25 Panasonic remote cameras were used to capture key childhood moments for Channel 4’s The Secret Life documentary series. The observational documentary, filmed on AW-HE6OS cameras, follows groups of four, five and six year olds to see how they react to different situations, make and break friendships, learn how to share and … Read more

BFI brings Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon  into UK cinemas

Barry Lyndon (1975) – the tenth feature by legendary director Stanley Kubrick, and the winner of four Oscars and two BAFTAs, including the best cinematography awards for John Alcott BSC – will return to big screen across the UK this summer. Released by the BFI from 29 July, it is not only one of Kubrick’s … Read more

Brits in the running at 69th Cannes Film Festival

The 69th Cannes Film Festival features an enticing line-up as a variety of hotly-anticipated movies from around the world are showcased during the annual carnival of cinema. The list includes interesting British fare from director Andrea Arnold, who seems like one to watch with her film American Honey, whilst Ken Loach gets tough on food-bank … Read more

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