Shot on WEAPON: American Vandal

Trailer for American Vandal, available on Netflix on September 15th. Shot in 6K on RED WEAPON DRAGON w/  Leica Summicron-C prime lenses and Fujinon Cabrio zoom lenses by cinematographer Adam Bricker. Co-written and Directed by Tony Yacenda and Dan PerraultAmerican Vandal features Tyler Alvarez, Griffin Gluck, and Jimmy Tatro.

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Shot on EPIC DRAGON: Chef’s Table, Season 2

Chef’s Table – Season 2

The James Beard Award-winning Netflix original is back for round two, traveling the world to meet more of the world’s most captivating chefs and tell their stories. The series is shot by DPs Will Basanta and our very own Featured Filmmaker, Adam Bricker, using our Red Epic Dragon cameras with Leica Summicron and Summilux primes.

This season includes Brazil’s Alex Atala, Slovenia’s Ana Ros, San Francisco’s Dominique Crenn, Mexico’s Enrique Olvera, Thailand’s Gaggan Anand, and Chicago’s Grant Achatz.

If you haven’t had a chance to watch the first season, definitely check it out!

 

More to Come

Later this year, Netflix will release four special episodes featuring the world’s most renowned French chefs. Watch this space for release date and inevitably gorgeous trailer whenever that drops.

Early 2017 will bring yet another set of 6 chefs from around the world to your screen.

 

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Shot on EPIC DRAGON: The Final Girls – Screening in Los Angeles

The NUART theater is hosting a special midnight screening of  The Final Girls this Friday, January 15th at 11:59 PM.

We hope you get a chance to check it out, and welcome your thoughts in our comments section below.

Shot by featured filmmaker Elie Smolkin and directed by Todd Strauss-Shulson, The Final Girls plays with visual and storytelling tropes of campy B-movie horror flicks. Shot on 3GRs Red Epic Dragon using our Angenieux zooms and Cooke s4s.

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A modern-day group of friends enter the world of a 70’s B horror movie – and try to get out alive. The plot largely supports the jokes, but also delivers some legitimate edge-of-your-seat thrills and a solid hero(ine) story. Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story) delivers a stellar performance as Max Cartwright, a shy teenager pulled into this surreal adventure that ends up a lot more personal than anyone could have imagined.

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Spanning horror, comedy, period, spoof, thriller and drama, The Final Girls allowed Strauss-Shulson and Smolkin to borrow from a number of aesthetic genres. Check out the killer article on their motion-control sequence in Popular Mechanics!

The Final Girls stars Taissa Farmiga, Malin Akerman, Nina Dobrev, Thomas Middleditch, Adam DeVine and Angela Trimbur. It was released in the US on October 9th, 2015.

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Want to read more? There’s a great conversation about shooting the movie with cinematographer Elie Smolkin on Five Frames.

And Strauss-Schulson discusses his inspiration and influences for much of the aesthetic on Slash Film.

 

 

Shot on EPIC DRAGON: Netflix “Chef’s Table”

Chef’s Table, a Netflix original six-part docu-series, premiered this weekend on Netflix in 4K. Created by David Gelb (Jiro Dreams of Sushi) and directed by Gelb, Clay Jeter, Brian McGinn, and Andrew Fried.

Shot on 3GR’s RED EPIC DRAGON w/ Cooke S4s and Angenieux Optimos by DP Will Basanta (Dan Barber / Blue Hill Restaurant inNew York; Massimo Bottura / Francescana in Modena, Italy, and Francis Mallmann in Argentina) and Adam Bricker (Niki Nakayama / n/naka in Los Angeles; Ben Shewry / Atticia in Melbourne, Australia; and Magnus Nilsson / Faviken in Jarpen, Sweden).

Shot on EPIC M-X: “Dog Food”

Shot on RED Epic M-X + RED Scarlet M-X + Super Baltar Prime Lenses. Dog Food, written and directed by Brian Crano, premiered at the 2014 South by Southwest Film Festival.  The short film was released this week as a Vimeo Staff Pick. Watch it out here:

Produced by 3GR Featured-Filmmakers Michael Scott Klein and Max Hurwitz. Shot by 3GR’s Adam Bricker. Lit by Gaffer and 3GR Featured-Filmmaker Zack Savitz and Key Grip Drew Verderame. Camera Operated by Tim Naylor and 3GR Featured-Filmmaker Raul B. Fernandez. Focus Pulled by 3GR’s Charlie Panian and Margaux Hallenstein Bricout. Color by Damian McDonnell at Technicolor Hollywood.