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US-based Stop 30 Media chose us to capture a series of surgical procedures they were producing. We provided an audio tech and two camera operators with equipment and recorded several procedures with follow-up interviews using two C300 cameras.



November 21 - November 22, 2018   Producer and camera crew for interview in Neustadt

Birmingham's North One Television commissioned us to travel to Neustadt an der Weinstrasse to shoot a segment for an upcoming WWII documentary for Britain's Channel 4. We interviewed one of the few remaining German WWII veterans, shooting on an FS7 camera which was fitted out with the trusty EyeDirect viewing assist. The EyeDirect allows the interviewee to speak directly into the camera and at the same time see the face of the person conducting the interview.




Sydney, Australia based NetComm Wireless commissioned us for a producer, PA, and camera crew with equipment to document their presence at this year's Broadband World Forum Telecoms Conference in Berlin. We covered the event's keynote speech and shot interviews with participants using two Sony FS7s and an Alpha 7S.





We provided three camera operators, a PA, audio tech, data wrangler and equipment for a five-camera concert shoot at the Kreuzkirche in Dresden and a workshop in Pirna, Germany. The recording was part of an ongoing documentary portrait of the American musician Alex Jacobowitz by the director David Lewis of DCL Media. Jacobowitz, who plays Marimba, gives music workshops and performs regularly at festivals around the world. We recorded on Sony FS7 and Alpha 7SII cameras.





Sofia based Dream Team Films traveled to Berlin for two days of production on a Bulgarian TV drama series. The nine person crew was here shooting scenes for the opening episode of the popular series "Stolen Life", which is now heading into its 6th season in Bulgaria. We provided Dream Team with ten days of advance location research and prep as well as transport and logistics during the two shooting days.





We provided a two person camera crew to Florida-based Mambo TV to shoot two interviews in Berlin. One of the interviews was with art curator and historian Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Sponsored by the non-profit organisation Americans for the Arts, the interviews are for use as part an artists' tribute to fellow artist Ai Wei Wei, who now resides in Berlin after being allowed to leave China in 2015.




Imagination Europe's UK office commissioned line producer, cameraman and audio tech to cover a three day promotional event featuring the new Ford Focus car model. Visitors could converse an AI program and then see the results projected in giant letters set up at the Potsdamer Platz Sony Center. Our crew shot with a Canon C300 and an Alpha7SII camera on a gimbal.





Media Central booked a nine person crew with equipment to record interviews and b-roll at the Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience at the Mercedes Benz Arena in Berlin. We shot using two Arri Alexa Minis, one on a DJ Ronin gimbal, recording conductor and musician interviews and concert highlights. The end client was the concert tour organizer Live Nation Entertainment.




We provided a cameraman, audio tech and producer to Colorado based The Crew Connection for a two-day corporate shoot in Berlin. We shot with the trusty Canon C300, recording client testimonials in front of a green screen.




2018 saw the return of the documentary production Remember Ravensbrück to Germany. We supplied personnel and equipment for four days of prep and two days of shooting for an ongoing documentary tentatively titled "The Rabbits of Ravensbrück", providing a DP and assistant, line producer, field producer, audio tech, and grip, shooting on 4K with the Arri Amira.





Phoenix, Arizona-based Crew Company commissioned a DP, a second Cam Op and Audio Techician for a two-camera interview shoot with the Danish singer and actress Gitte Haenning as part of an upcoming documentary. We shot on 4K using two FS7 cameras.




We provide a fixer and casting member for a two day shoot in Berlin at the tourist attraction "Little Big City".




The South Korean cable channel ARTE TV came back to Berlin for filming of a documentary on the avant-garde Korean composer Isang Yun. Yun was buried in Berlin after having spent most of his adult life in exile in West Germany. Following a forced detention for political reasons in South Korea during the 1960's, Yun never returned to his home country. After his recent rehabilitation in his home country, ARTE Korea commissioned a two person crew to document the ceremony marking the transfer of Yun's remains back to his hometown in Tongyeong.