LANDROVER | The Land of Landrovers
Celebrating Landrover’s 70th Anniversary

Directed by Matt Hopkins
Matt Shaw | Director of Photography

LUKE MARZEC | Another Guy

Directed by James Soldan
Joel Honeywell | Director of Photography

GUINNESS | Feel the Surge

Directed by In/Out
Benjamin Todd | Director of Photography

INDOCHINE | Station 13

Directed by Bouha Kazmi
Kanamé Onoyama | Director of Photography

ADIDAS x PARLEY

Directed by Keane Shaw
Thomas Hole | Director of Photography

FORD | Fiesta St.

Directed by Jako
Dan Holland | Director of Photography

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PRESS

Fast & Dirty: Björn Charpentier, SBC / BEIRUT

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“I proposed to Brad to shoot on anamorphic in a complete handheld style together with some zoom shots like they did a lot in the ‘70s,” remarks [cinematographer BJÖRN CHARPENTIER, SBC]. “It felt right because the main character Mason Skiles is a total mess and I wanted to make him a ghost when he comes back for the first time to Beirut; we played with reflections to make Skiles more transparent and kept him in the shadows. When he is in the U.S. I even painted the light bulbs blue to make everything cold around him.”

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Audi Launches Festive R8 Campaign

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The film – shot on a frozen lake in northern Scandinavia [by cinematographer BERND WONDOLLEK] – captures the power, speed and elegance of the R8, demonstrating its ‘snow’ mode – a surprise to most. Its ability to perform in all weather is reinforced by the tagline: “The Audi R8 with snow mode. Yes, it really does have a snow mode”.

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Award-Winning Cinematographer Jomo Fray on short film ‘haunt’ and the future of VR

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JOMO FRAY“As a traditional cinematographer, I’d say that first learning about cinematography as a language and an art form was like learning to breathe for the first time. I could be seen and felt by an audience in ways that language can’t . I believe there is such a communication wall for hot-button topics like racism and patriarchy and with images, I was able to convey that more clearly. What’s so exciting about VR as a cinematographer is that VR has such a presence about it. Even the perception of the audience, VR provides a space where we’re able to create new emotions and to build new visual language. I believe that it creates another level of empathy beyond 2-dimensional mediums. “

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