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At the Festival de Cannes 2021, the vast majority of winning and participating productions relied on ARRI equipment. At and surrounding the event, ARRI played a behind the scenes role and also sponsored several prizes.
Cinematographer Ross Riege teams with Oscar-winner Larry Sher ASC to bring the depth and beauty of ARRI’s large-format cinematography to NBC’s new sitcom “Rutherford Falls.”
For her two films screening in the Festival de Cannes’ Main Competition, cinematographer Jeanne Lapoirie relied on the winning combination of ARRI’ ALEXA Mini camera and Master Grips with ARRI SkyPanels playing a supporting role.
Australian DP Alexander Leeway crafts unique ARRI Signature Prime looks by using the lenses’ magnetic rear filter holder on his music video shoot for Phondupe’s "Silo".
Despite inclement weather conditions and a variety of indoor and outdoor settings, DP Julien Hirsch was able to “discover the flexibility and simplicity of the ALEXA Mini LF” on one of his latest projects.
ARRI builds global solutions business with end-to-end cine and broadcast solutions. First reference projects include mixed reality studio DARK BAY and WELT TV studios, entirely equipped with IP-based lighting technology.
Giorgio Diritti’s film, captured with ALEXA Mini, has earned cinematographer Matteo Cocco prizes at the European Film Awards, Italian Golden Globes, and David di Donatello Awards.
With the use of ARRI equipment, including ALEXA Mini, AMIRA, and SkyPanels, several French television producers and broadcasters are upping their game with cinematic images.
Director Blake Farber and director of photography Corrado Serri AIC share their experience shooting with the Mini LF and Signature Prime lenses for Pepsi's 'Discover' commercial.
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