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This year’s festival takes place between February 9 and 19, with ARRI hosting various activities under the claim, ‘Experience ARRI at Berlinale 2017’. The program kicks off with ARRI’s Opening Night Party on February 10, attended by industry partners and friends, and concludes with ARRI’s Closing Ceremony on the 14. Here you can find details of the many other ARRI events taking place in between, which together give a comprehensive overview of the myriad products and services offered by ARRI to the international industry.
Once again, leading figures and technology providers from the world of film archiving and restoration have come together for ARRI's Archive Workshop at the company headquarters in Munich.
In total, 165 restoration professionals travelled from 25 countries to attend the 2016 workshop. Nine exhibitors showcased the latest hardware and software for film restoration tasks in the ARRI studio, while 23 guest speakers gave 12 presentations in the ARRI cinema, sharing knowledge, discussing challenges and detailing case studies.
This year, a special focus was put on emerging topics such as colored film in all its variants, reaching back as far as 1900, as well as classic video technology; presentations covered the digitization of early color processes, bacterial artefacts on film, hand repairs to nitrate stock, restoration of video material, unusual film formats, magnetic tape degradation and color rendering via LED illumination.
Among the specific restoration projects cited by guest speakers were Veit Harlan's Agfacolor films IMMENSEE and OPFERGANG (1942-1944), Georges Méliès' JOAN OF ARC (1900), Werner Nekes' ULIISSES (1980/1982), Heiner Carow's DIE RUSSEN KOMMEN (1968/1987) and the classic soviet movie CHAPAEV (1934).
Technology showcased at the expo included current ARRISCAN archive options and a peek at future ARRI developments, Phoenix and Nucoda software from Digital Vision, FAST LTA's Silent Brick Library Controller, Spider from Filmlager Unterföhring, DIAMANT restoration software from HS-ART, KEM Studiotechnik, Kodak's P-200 film cleaning system, Sondor's VERSA scanner and Blackmagic workflows from VISION2see.
Feedback from exhibitors and attendees was very positive. Among those who made comments at the close of the event were Matthias Rajmann and Claus Üblacker of Film Shift, who said: "Seeing the archive technology presentations, talking to manufacturers directly and seeing their products in the studio, as well as meeting and chatting with colleagues of so many provenances was inspiring and productive."
The success of the event means that it will certainly continue into the future, with dates for the next workshop to be confirmed in due course.
The majority of the prize-winning films at the 70th Cannes Film Festival were shot with ARRI cameras.
Out of the 19 films selected for best picture at the 2017 Cannes main competition, 16 were shot with ARRI cameras and over half of these were captured with ALEXA.
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Almost three-quarters of the films in the main competition at the 69th Cannes Film Festival were shot with ARRI cameras -- over half were captured with ALEXA. In the Un Certain Regard category the proportion was even higher, with two-thirds of all competing films being ALEXA productions.
A team from ARRI traveled to Los Angeles to collect an AMPAS Scientific and Engineering Award that recognizes the development of the ALEXA digital camera system
Gold, Silver and Bronze Award winners all captured with ALEXA at the famous cinematography festival, where ARRI hosted a range of events.
The 24th Camerimage International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography has drawn to a close in Bydgoszcz, Poland. As a committed sponsor of this unique festival, ARRI was there in force, showcasing equipment, running workshops and hosting social events.
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