Broadcast News

Bookmark and Share

Slamdance co-founder shoots feature film on Panasonic camcorder

Los Angeles-based independent filmmaker and Slamdance Film Festival Co-founder Dan Mirvish recently wrapped principal photography on his new feature film 'Open House.'
The feature, a real-estate musical, is one of the first to be shot with Panasonic's AG-DVX100 24P DV Cinema Camcorder.
Open House follows a larcenous group of people as they make their way through a series of real-estate open houses on a Sunday afternoon. The film is based in part on a short that Mirvish produced last year as part of the Seattle Film Festival's Fly Filmmaker series. The project was produced by director Mirvish and Stephen Israel under their respective Bugeater Films and Neofight Film banners. Mirvish co-wrote the screenplay with Lawrence Maddox. Yasu Tanida was Director of Photography, with Joshua Tunick serving as second camera operator and second unit director.
Panasonic's AG-DVX100 offers entirely new features and price performance levels, and is carefully engineered to give shooters a single camcorder that captures in 60i to acquire standard video projects and in 24p to add the 'look and feel' of film to their productions.

Solidmate Ltd Memory Card Hire London

Top Related Stories
Click here for the latest broadcast news stories.

Adder Technology Joins Industry Shift To Open Standards With AIMS
Adder Technology has announced that it has become an associate member of the not-for-profit trade alliance, the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS)
Future Film Skills – An Action Plan
The BFI has launched Future Film Skills – An Action Plan at the House of Commons alongside the Culture Secretary, Karen Bradley, and producer Barbara
Clear-Com Freespeak II To Feature At NAB 2017
Clear-Com's FreeSpeak II wireless digital intercom system will be featured as hands-on technology for delegates to try at Waskul.TV's StudioXperience
Crew Needed For Feature Film
A feature film due to commence filming in Belfast next month is seeking crew in all departments, it has been revealed. February Films is shooting a fe
Production News : Shooting Begins On New Feature Film In Bristol
Shooting has started on the second feature film to be made in Bristol this month. Mike Newell's 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' is
UK Studios: An International Success Story
It has often been said that Hollywood is the most recognisable film industry in the world, with hundreds of movies and television series generated eve
BFC Berliner Film Companie Productions uses Maya software for upcoming feature film
Alias® and BFC Berliner Film Companie Productions GmbH (BFC) has announced that Maya® was selected as the core 3D technology used in the production of
Illumina Digital premiéres first full-length feature film At Edinburgh International Film Festival
The first full length feature film from Bafta award-winning multi-media production company Illumina Digital receives its UK premiére at the Edinburgh
Irish feature film selected for prestigious Toronto International Film Festival
Perry Ogden's debut feature 'Pavee Lackeen' has been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival which takes place in September. In an announ
Nucoda’s Film Master used in new vampire feature film
Nucoda, one of the leading developers of advanced digital media applications specialising in film and video solutions has announced that TVI Films, Me
Production News : Film4 And C4 Nations & Regions Support New Talent Programme
Independent Scottish film producer Chris Young, has announced plans for a new talent development programme on Skye in May 2018. Young shared his plans
Scotland Welcomes Record Spend On Film/TV Production
New figures have revealed that production spend on Scotland's film and television sector increased by more than 30% last year. Released by Creative Sc
Film Is Undergoing A Renaissance
Film is undergoing a renaissance with an increasing number of clients returning to film for shooting features, commercials and pop promos, writes Adri
National Film And Television School To Develop New Scottish Base
Plans to establish a new National Film and Television School (NFTS) facility in Scotland have been backed by the Scottish Government. Speaking at the
Scottish Screen funded film to open Edinburgh Film Festival
For the second year running a Scottish Screen lottery funded film will have the honour of opening the Edinburgh International Film Festival. 'Young Ad