Cristian Dimitrius is an Emmy award-winning wildlife cinematographer whose work includes productions for the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Globo TV, History Channel and Animal Planet. Dimitrius' projects have taken him to remote locations all over the
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is the fourth instalment of director George Miller's franchise, set in a violent, dystopian and vehicle-centric desert world. For reasons of ruggedness and reliability, cinematographer John Seale ACS, ASC chose to work with ARRI ALEXA
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BAAHUBALI is a sweeping action-adventure drama set in medieval India, chronicling a struggle for power in the fictional kingdom of Mahishmathi. Written and directed by S.S. Rajamouli, it will be released in two parts, with a host of different language versions aiming for success across a range of international markets.
NAHID, from first-time director Ida Panahandeh, explores women's rights in Iran through the story of the title character, a divorcée who is balancing a rebellious son and a salary that barely covers her rent against the romantic attentions of a middle-aged man named
The ARRI Anamorphic Ultra Wide Zoom AUWZ 19-36/T4.2 is the widest professional anamorphic lens in the world, allowing filmmakers to incorporate extreme wide-angle perspectives into their cinematography with hardly any distortion and no compromise of image quality.
With a near telecentric optical design, the AUWZ features
Inspiring girls to embrace science and technology is a trend reflected in media, and director Lesley Chilcott has had the good fortune to direct two such projects recently. She directed a Cover Girl spot, "Girls Who Code," and she's currently at work on a documentary -- #girlsintech -- that follows high school girls around the world competing in the annual Technovation Challenge.
ARRI’s Anamorphic Ultra Wide Zoom AUWZ 19-36/T4.2 is a unique lens that perfectly complements the Master Anamorphics by extending the range to cover extreme wide-angle focal lengths between 19 mm and 36 mm, without any sacrifice in image quality. The telecentric optical design of the AUWZ means that it has highly uniform field illumination, from the center to the very corners of the image. Focus breathing is virtually non-existent,