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LATEST NEWS

Finding Take That's best qualities

12th August, 2008

Take That's Beautiful World Live DVD was the result of a two day shoot at the O2 Arena in Docklands, at the culmination of the group’s national tour last December.

The group wanted this DVD to look different from the pace of their last production, recalls director Matt Askew, who has worked with the band on their last two tours.

Winning with the War on Democracy

13th June, 2008

"They are the awards the media really want to win, a unique set of awards that recognise commitment, originality and verve"- Jon Snow, Channel 4 News

On Sight would like to congratulate John Pilger, Youngheart and Granada on their first co-production "The War on Democracy" winning the One World TV Documentary Award.

Climbing to another level

19th May, 2008

On Sight’s latest range of high end tapeless cameras from Panasonic and Sony are set to raise the bar on tapeless production and meet broadcaster’s stringent HD requirements.

HD specialist On Sight’s reputation for being ahead of the game with the latest kit was underlined recently with the order of the latest large format tapeless HD cameras from Panasonic and Sony.

Something's got to give...

13th May, 2008

Congratulations goes out to the Third Eye Film Team for their recent success with Three Miles North of Molkom. 

After World Premiere sell-outs in competition at IDFA, Three Miles North of Molkom won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Gothenburg International Film Festival (out of 450 dramas and documentaries), before appearing at Hot Docs.

Mandela's magic moment

07th May, 2008

Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday tribute concert in Hyde Park in June was one of the musical high notes of the summer – a fitting salute to the world leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Named the 46664 Concert, the event was the latest in a series held around the world to raise money for Nelson Mandela’s 46664 HIV/AIDS charity. The number refers to the former South African president’s prison number on Robben Island, where he was notoriously incarcerated for 18 of his 27 years behind bars.