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LATEST NEWS

Axis Films' 3D work nominated for RTS Innovation Award

05th November, 2009

The RTS Innovation Awards aim to recognise outstanding achievement in the development of new technologies in distribution, production and manipulation with Axis Films nominated for an award for their 3D work.

The award categories are designed to highlight the growing interdependence of technology and content, reaching out to new users and new ways of communicating.

On Sight becomes a Patron member of the BSC

02nd November, 2009

Since The British Society of Cinematographer's formation in 1949, its prime objective has been to promote and encourage the highest standards in the art and craft of cinematography and On Sight were proud to become a Patron member this month.

Their membership, which is by invitation only, comprises of some of the most talented Directors of Photography and Camera Operators in the United Kingdom. It also encompasses many distinguished friends and patrons from the film and television industry.

A TT win for North One and On Sight

14th September, 2009

The exceptional television coverage of the 2009 Isle of Man TT has won a prestigious award.

North One Television and On Sight were presented yesterday with a Sports Video Group award for their work on the 2009 TT.

Survival series Man Vs. Wild is no picnic

24th August, 2009

Shooting Bear Grylls’ extreme survival series Man vs.Wild is no picnic and only the toughest cameras and crew need apply.

Bear Grylls’ Man vs. Wild could almost be a TV show designed to prove a camera’s ability to withstand extreme environments.

British 3D technology ready to come of age

23rd August, 2009

Specialist British film companies are preparing to exploit the hype created by Avatar, James Cameron's epic 3D science-fiction blockbuster. The film's epic 3D science-fiction blockbuster.

The film, which reportedly cost £180m to make, will open up new opportunities for an elite group of 3D specialist companies in the UK. Avatar is already expected to join the handful of films that have grossed more than $1bn at the box office. Tantalising trailers of the film this weekend whetted the appetites of rival Hollywood studios which are now scrambling to get a slice of a burgeoning 3D market. Avatar was filmed using a ground-breaking camera system developed by Cameron, the Canadian director whose past projects include The Terminator, Aliens and Titanic.