EFX Productions is an independent outside broadcasting (OB) company that seeks to offer creative solutions to its clients. With this in mind, Brendan Marsay, the owner of EFX Productions and an innovative engineer by profession, designed and engineered a specially designed OB van in March 2010 in response to production requirements for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Vicci Turpin is one of a few women cinematographers in South Africa and, in fact, in the world. She started as a fashion photographer and then joined Gray Phillips ad agency where she worked in the camera department as a loader.
Trevor Brown has worked on some of the best films to come out of South Africa including A Million Colours, Finding Lenny and various drama and television series including Jozi-H, Heartlines, Diamonds, Wild at Heart, Soul Buddyz 3, Charlie Jade, Zero Tolerance.
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SCREEN AFRICA reports from IBC, the premier broadcast technology trade show in Amsterdam.
SCREEN AFRICA reports from IBC, the premier technology trade show for the broadcast and content production industries.
The 3D@Home Consortium and the MPEG Industry Forum (MPEG IF) has released a new glossary of terms for providing a common language for discussing
On 20 August, Panasonic will launch 3D camcorders in Japan. The product will be launched in other markets later in 2010.
With the current global craze for all things 3D, there are apparently those naysayers who feel that the format is too dark for cinema screenings, literally speaking.
During her official nine-day tour of Canada, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth stopped off at Pinewood Shepperton’s Canadian outpost, Pinewood Toronto, to watch a short demo of live-action 3D filming and playback.