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Wednesday, 9th September 2015
The Sound Team of Whiplash, winners of the AMPS Film Award 2014, were presented with their Awards in Los Angeles by Mark Ulano, President of the C.A.S and Honorary AMPS Member. on behalf of AMPS. Video courtesy of the C.A.S. Producer: Patrushka Mierzwa Camera: Andrew Parke S.O.C. Sound: Chris Howland CAS Post-production: Rob Walker AMPS
Monday, 10th June 2013
This acclaimed documentary by filmmaker and multiple-Oscar-winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler ASC explores the relationship between working excessive long hours and health, quality of life and the very nature of “making a living”in the film industry. NB: Permission to post this film has been granted by the copyright holders.
Sunday, 1st January 1939
A brief look at the London Film Productions' studios at Denham. Shots of Denham village and surrounding countryside. Men at work building a new stage for London Film Productions. Exterior shots of the studios. Train arrives at Denham Station. Employees walking to the studios and queuing to clock in. Cars in the car park. Extras (282). Work in the wardrobe department. Make-up artists at work. Workshops showing the making of models, carpenters and plasterers at work. Pan of the outside lot. A variety of buildings for film sets are visible including a galleon. Production units at work on the lot in the production of South Riding and the Four Feathers. Extras are given a packed lunch on the set. Permenant staff eat in one of the canteens. The generator room. Finishing touches are put to an interior set and dancing girls are filmed. Shooting a scene from the Four Feathers. The laboratories. The cutting rooms. An editor at work on a Moviola. Shots of Denham village. London Films. 1939.
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