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Procam Presents at ARRI Big Screen Event at IBC

Tuesday 12th September 2017
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Procam Projects' Technical Director, Dan Studley, worked with Emer Patten of EP-PIC Films and Creative, who collaborated with Procam Projects on The Who's performance at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust. As part of the commemorative celebration of ARRI's centennial year, the pair will be speaking on a panel during IBC about how ARRI's technology facilitated the project. The Who's show marked the largest multi-camera utilisation of ARRI cameras to date in the UK. 

Studley and Patten join an esteemed panel of film and drama professionals in discussing the influence ARRI has had on their projects, as well as screen footage in HDR. Premiering on the big screen will be a historical review of ARRI’s industry influence over the past century.

  • Peter Doyle, Supervising Visual Colourist, Technicolour & Filmlight – “Fantastic Beasts and where to find them”
  • Emer Patten, Executive Producer, EP-PIC Films and Dan Studley, Technical Director of Procam Projects – “The Who Live at the Royal Albert Hall London”
  • Ari Robbins, Steadicam Operator - “La La Land”
  • Keith S. Woods, Rigging Gaffer - “Deadpool” and Netflix’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events”
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