Directed by Ozan Yalabik for Public Film. Filmed on Alexa Mini and Sony Venice with Master Anamorphic lenses.
Directed by Steve Vidler this film is set in inner city of Sydney. Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte stars in this charming Australian rom-com about a loner with cerebral palsy who is roped into helping a comedian overcome her shyness. Mitte, who has cerebral palsy in real life, gives a winning performance as Travis, a young man living in a ramshackle Sydney rental whose disability contributes to his social isolation and anger management issues.
The script was to die for the schedule was a murder. You could never tell from the finished film. Shot with Arri Alexa and vintage Kowa anamorphic lenses in one day. The B&W footage originated on 16mm Bolex shooting B&W neg.
Not your typical beer ad. Filmed in Prague with Arri Alexa and Kowa anamorphic lenses. Produced by Bistro Films.
What an adventure this shoot was. Impossible in two days. The life story of Beethoven from cradle to the grave.
Shot with Kowa anamorphics and Arri Alexa, over a period of two days.
Shot in two sessions, sunset sunrise, the spot was filmed in about fifty minutes.
Filmed over two nights in Slovenia. Very difficult shoot with lots of boats, one of them the famous Italian Riva boat.
Every boy’s dream realised. This spot was shot in one long hard day. Shot with Arri Alexa and vintage Kowa anamorphic lens set.
Probably the most locations I have shot for one project. We filmed in and around Prague with the Vantage T1 lenses.
Our fathers will always be our heroes. Along the lines of “Big Fish” this ad is a goody.
Directed by James Pilkington.
Shot on Kowa anamorphic lenses.
A road trip from Buenos Aires to Mar Del Plata was a marathon effort
which ended up in so far unsurpassed record for a non stop shooting day.
A dream job for anyone who is into flying. Hanging out in the belly of a refueling plane with a 35mm camera – priceless!!!
Produced by the Shooting Gallery
Live pumas on set and lots more for this Zlatopramen Mystery
Directed by WHO?
Produced by Film Service