How Slow Should You Go? A Case For Slow Motion

There are various degrees of slow motion and each brings along a set of characteristics that we associate with different types of media. Slow motion can be informative as it reveals what the human eye cannot see, whether it’s slowing down the fluttering of a dragonfly’s wings or understanding natural phenomena like lightning traveling across the […]

Spotlight: Nila Boxer / Varsa

I’m happy to bring back our Spotlight series, where we feature an item from our Lighting and Grip Department here at ARC.  This week we take a look at the Boxer and Varsa from Nila. The Boxer is as small as a one by one but has the same light output as an 800W Joker. […]

#TBT: Requiem for a Dream (Aronofsky/2000) by @paulonfilm

One of the amazing benefits that comes from going to events like the London Screenwriters’ Festival is the wonderful people you meet and the incredible contacts you gain as a result.  I was connected with Paul via a dear friend whom I met at the aforementioned festival.  Paul Anderson runs and writes for the UK based […]