22nd February, 2016
A brand new factual series is coming to Sky, examining the extraordinary ability of canines to delight dog lovers and viewers alike. ONSIGHT is the facility provider for full post production and camera rental, helping the team to ask the ultimate question: could a dog fly a plane?
Produced by award-winning natural history specialist Oxford Scientific Films (OSF) and Group M Entertainment, Dogs Might Fly sees experts and scientists put breathtaking challenges to twelve carefully selected rescue dogs from Britain.
01st February, 2016
In 2015, operatic star Jonas Kaufmann received five encores and over 40 minutes of applause for his highly revered Puccini recital at Milan’s La Scala, the home of Italian opera. Cinema audiences worldwide can now experience this major event as a concert film and documentary, posted at ONSIGHT.
Directed by Brian Large and produced by Arts Alliance, Jonas Kaufmann: An Evening with Puccini showcases Puccini classics, such as ‘Nessun Dorma’, Kaufmann himself on the famed composer and rare archive footage.
28th January, 2016
Last night in Hollywood, the Advanced Imaging Society honoured a number of ONSIGHT clients and projects at its Creative Arts Awards from Warner Bros. Studios. The team congratulates everyone involved!
The prestigious Sir Charles Wheatstone Award went to BBC Earth for its 3D natural history feature films and giant screen productions. As a leader in stereoscopuc 3D and 4K/giant screen, ONSIGHT has been a key collaborator on many BBC projects, including Tiny Giants, Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistorc Planet and most recently, Wild Africa. Read the full news here.
04th January, 2016
One of our latest ventures into 4K and giant screen filmmaking is Wild Africa , now out in cinemas worldwide. Our post facility teamed up again with BBC Earth and Giant Screen Films to help deliver the immersive 3D experience.
Wild Africa 3D takes the audience on a spectacular journey across, over, and through the magical realms of the wildest continent on earth. Narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, audiences are taken on a spectacular ride across the dramatic landscapes and habitats of Africa.
18th December, 2015
World Rugby declared England 2015 the biggest and best Rugby World Cup ever.
This new film captures and examines the record-breaking tournament with archive footage, special sequences and interviews.