New Mercury Insureance Spot by Gary Katz with Director: John Bonito - Post Effects: John Meyers
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Welcome to The Right Eye | Located on Union Square in New York City, The Right Eye is a creative agency representing an array of experienced Directors of Photography, Editors, Production Designers, Stylists and Costume Designers. We are especially happy to introduce our new category for Directors and Producers. We believe our unique vision and branding abilities coupled with our diverse roster enables us to find the perfect talent for your next production.
New Mercury Insureance Spot by Gary Katz with Director: John Bonito - Post Effects: John Meyers
Let the New Year bring us Hope & Joy!
Happy New Year 2021 !
Wishing Peace & Joy !
Going to the Mountains for Thanksgiving
Our longstanding client, Eric Giovon, has come out with a new reel! Eric’s work is full of life and detail, and that’s prevalent in this reel. We love it, and we know you will too. Cheers!
Still from Tommy Agriodimas’ new short “Alone Day”
This film is being submitted to the short film competition My Rode Reel. Give it a vote via the link in our bio👆🏻
Why is our Product Manager running in circles? And what does it have to do with Covid guidelines on set?
Find out in our webinar, where special guests share real-world experiences of remote workflows and versatile applications of the stabilizer head.
Watch the full webinar on the ARRIChannel on YouTube!
The Right Eye Inc. is proud to announce that our client Russell Swanson and his team at Last Week Tonight With John Oliver have won an Emmy for Outstanding Technical Direction, Camera Work, & Video Control for a Series. This is Russell’s first Emmy win, and we couldn’t be prouder to see him advance in his career. To view a clip from the winning episode, look for “Eat Sh*t, Bob” on Russell’s artist page.
Link in bio☑️
Stills from Tristan Milani's ACS newest Nescafe commercial.
Click the link to view the entire spot:
Kunitaro Ohi with another Sling TV ad! Check out more of Kuni’s work on his artist page on our website.
Link in bio! Cheers🥂
I hope you’re having a great start to the week☺️ here are some stills from the “Easy Does It” music video by Harry McNally, shot by our own Corey Gegner. To view the whole spot, check out the link in our bio. Cheers to a great week🤘🏻
Here’s another creative quarantine solution to shooting talk shows: no studio audience! We’re happy to see some of our clients, like Russell Swanson, finding ways to make the new restrictions work. What are some changes you’re making to stay working in the age of corona?
What Cinematographers Can Do To Get an Agent
Is it important for cinematographers to look for representation? Industry agents answer that question and more.
#ClubhouseConversations: In this new 101-minute video, interviewer Eric Steelberg, ASC talks to Paul Cameron, ASC about his career and shooting and directing episodes for Season 3 of HBO’s critically acclaimed series Westworld. Watch now: bit.ly/ASCClubhouseConversations
Back in the days when there was no drones and no gimbals, Dare devil Aerial Cinematographer Johnny Jordan used this technique to film 007 ski action sequence in 1967.
While filming You Only Live Twice (1967), Johnny was leaning out of a helicopter to get a better shot. Another helicopter was caught in a gust of wind and was blown closer. The rotor blade cut Johnny's leg which had to be amputated. Three years later, he was filming Catch-22 (1970) over the Gulf of Mexico when another plane passed close by. He was sucked out of the open doorway and fell 2,000 feet to his death. He had always refused to wear a safety harness and with his artificial leg wasn't as agile as he used to be.
He developed a special helicopter harness for filming aerial shots of the mountain slopes and action sequences in the James Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). He would hang eighteen feet below the chopper from a large round metal support apparatus.
Credit :The key grip
⏰🦠🧻Greetings From Quarantine🧻🦠⏰
We are still up and running from home! Here’s a spot from our Cinematographer @coffeebrain for Walmart with Jordan Sparks. Check out the clip via the link in our bio.
We couldn’t be more excited to be posting again. We’re sending safe wishes to all of our followers, friends, and family✌🏻
It is with a heavy heart that ARRI joins the filmmaking community in mourning the passing of our friend and industry icon Denny Clairmont.
From his beginnings as a camera technician at Birns & Sawyer to the founding of Clairmont Camera, Denny and his brother, Terry, influenced so many people in our industry – and ARRI was no exception.
As a company, we consulted with Denny on many of our products. The feedback we received from Denny was always precious. He was an open and honest person. If he liked something, he would tell you, and if he didn’t, he especially would.
His passion for the industry and filmmaking community was undeniable. We learned a tremendous amount working with Denny, but we will miss his friendship the most.
A walking encyclopedia of filmmaking and a gentle soul – Denny, you will be sorely missed.
‘E.T.’ Cinematographer Allen Daviau Dies of COVID-19 at 77
Cinematographer Allen Daviau, a five-time Academy Award nominee for films including Steven Spielberg’s “E.T. the Extra Terrestrial” and “Empire of the Sun,” died Wedne…
El Paso Film Commission
Sundance Labs is making their Master Classes FREE right now for filmmakers. Great content - thanks Sundance Film Festival
Netherlands Society of Cinematographers (NSC)
Read the complete April 2020 issue of the American Cinematographer online for FREE via the QR code underneath or following link: bit.ly/AC0420FREE
✨🥂💫Monday shout out💫🥂✨
to Ruben Van Den Bossche who recently worked as Project Manager on this massive Armand de Brignac Blanc de Noir launch event. Check out more of his work @armanddebrignac
🌹Happy (almost) Valentine’s Day, everyone🌹
Whether you have a Valentine or not, snuggled up in front of the TV is the best place to end the night. In case you’re not sure what to watch, try checking out the new romantic thriller “Secret Bridesmaids Business” shot by our own @tristan.milani
To check out more information on the show and Tristan’s work on it, click on the link in our bio
♥️Have a lovely V-Day♥️
Celluloid Junkie's 2020 Cinema Predictions - Celluloid Junkie
Having done well prediction 2019, Celluloid Junkie's editorial staff look ahead to what the big events, trends and things to look out for in 2020 will be.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences had announced the nominees for all categories of the 92nd Annual Academy Awards (The Oscars). The ASC congratulates all the 2020 nominees, especially the five contenders for Best Cinematography: bit.ly/ACOscars2020
The Cameras Behind 43 Best Netflix Original TV Shows of 2019 - Y.M.Cinema - News & Insights on Digital Cinema
Based on the Rotten Tomatoes’ critics ratings, we built a list of the 43 best Netflix original TV shows of 2019. Then we analyzed the cameras behind them to try to find…
The entire range of ARRI Signature Prime lenses is now available and shipping. Known for capturing warm, smooth skin tones, with exceptionally soft bokeh and delicate flares, the Signature Primes are the first full range of large-format lenses designed specifically for digital cinematography.
They are the broadest range of large-format lenses available, with 16 focal lengths ranging from 12 mm to 280 mm. The lenses cover all image circles, up to 46 mm, making them compatible with any ARRI or third-party camera with an LPL mount.
Learn more about the lenses and all creative opportunities they offer on www.arri.com/signature
UPDATE: The 2019 Camera Comparison Chart now features two more large-format cameras and additional new info. Download this edition now: bit.ly/2019CameraComparisonChart
Hope everyone had a lovely (and filling) Thanksgiving!
Getting back to work on this Monday can be rough, but the holidays are only weeks away, so stay positive and take a look at this holiday spot for Virginia Lottery our client Kunitaro Ohi shot!
Check out the new trailer for "Cosmic Playtester", a new short film by Arthur Vincie filmed by our client Ben Wolf
"Two playtesters try to wrap their heads around the latest submission and their best friend's death."
A new short film by Arthur Vincie, with Stephen Bradbury and Jennifer Sklias-Gahan. Two playtesters try to wrap their heads around the latest submission and their…
Congrats to the entire team at Magic Dog! If you're free Tuesday, stop by and help celebrate Good Intentions' World Premiere!
Our latest short film 'Good Intentions' will be having its WORLD PREMIERE at the Big Apple Film Festival!
Join us in NYC this Tuesday night (Nov 19) to help us celebrate and support indie filmmakers in their natural habitat 😁 ticket link in comments!
Endless gratitude to those who made this film possible and let the journey for this heart wrenching, Poe-inspired thriller begin! 😈🥰🥳
Flickering Souls Alight has garnered 3 more awards, including TWO for our client Petros' cinematography!! How exciting is that?
What a honored Halloween 🎃 with 3 new #Awards this time from the #LosAngeles Cinematography Awards, including:
- Best Cinematography of A Short Film (Petros Antoniadis)
- Best Cinematographer of the Month - Oct.19 (Petros Antoniadis)
- Best Original Music Score (Deadfile)
Thank you Cinematography Awards for honoring Flickering Souls Set Alight
Find out more on the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards here:
#BestCinematography #BestMusic #CinematographyAwards #LACA #GoldenEagles #FilmFestival #PetrosAntoniadis #Deadfile #FlickeringSouls
Essential Roles on a set in order of importance... h/t ⚡@timothy_robert 😂😂😂 #iatselocal600 #lighting101 @iatselocal728 #filmmaking101 #filmlighting
Happy November! Take a look at this fun, vibrant spot our client Corey Gegner shot for Amuse
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