“En man som heter Ove” fick pris i Europa
“En man som heter Ove” har vunnit pris för Bästa europeiska komedi på European Film Awards under en gala i Wroclaw, Polen. Fotografen Göran Hallberg, FSF, har filmat komedin som regisserades av Hannes Holm. Grattis från FSF.
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2022-05-25 | Hans Hansson
Meet the new ALEXA 35: Full Camera Brochure has Leaked
The brochure of the super-anticipated new camera from ARRI has leaked. Named ALEXA 35, this new technological marvel owns 17-stops of dynamic range, a whole newly developed 4.6 K sensor, and a new color science called REVEAL. Now it’s time to count the movies that will be shot on this beast. Full details are below.
2022-05-22 | Hans Hansson
Koerner PNW Lens Summit 2022
Koerner Camera Systems hosted the 4th 2022 Paciﬁc Northwest Lens (PNW) Summit on May 13-14 in their large Portland, Oregon rental headquarters. Michael Koerner, the company owner, called it “A celebration of cinema-lens technology and education.”
“A massive lens geek-out,” were the words of Cooke’s Danny Haikin, who flew in from London. Massimo Proietti, head of the Camera and Optical Department at Movie People Milan and D-Vision Rome, flew in from Italy. Gerhard Baier of P+S Technic (Technovision lenses) and Timm Stemann, CEO of Chrosziel, arrived from Munich.
Around 30 exhibitors displayed their products, mostly lenses. More than 300 industry visitors arrived from as far away as New Zealand.
2022-05-11 | Hans Hansson
Så vill regeringen locka film- och tv-inspelningar till Sverige
Frågan om rabatter på film- och tv-inspelningar i Sverige har varit en långkörare. I höstas meddelade regeringen att branschens förhoppningar delvis blir verklighet. Nu lägger man fram ett förslag på hur rabatten ska se ut.
2022-05-11 | Hans Hansson
Gregg Toland, ASC – An Enduring Legancy
In this profile, AC chronicles the brief life and career of one of cinema’s finest artists — Gregg Toland, ASC — from his humble beginnings to creative triumphs to an untimely end. Toland’s credits include the classic features Citizen Kane, The Grapes of Wrath and Wuthering Heights, among many others. Former AC editor and film historian George E. Turner writes, “Toland was one of the outstanding cinematographers because he possessed a rare combination of skills, a natural artistic instinct, a determination to deliver the best product of which he was capable and an enormous capacity for work. All of his work is that of a young man, because his life was tragically brief.”
2022-05-07 | Hans Hansson