The documentary about the new Western Concourse at London’s King’s Cross is now online. You can read about the making-of here.
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Known for his politically uncompromising and challenging films, Ken Loach has been one of the UK’s most prolific and influential film and television directors for nearly 50 years. In this tour, we take you back to the ‘swinging’ 1960s, when Loach was at the beginning of his career, working for the BBC and developing his working methods on the television ‘play’.
Directed by Ed McGown and Produced by the BFI’s Gemma Starkey, I had the pleasure of shooting these interviews a few weeks ago and I’m delighted they’re now out. You can see them from the links below.
Filmed on the Sony Ex1 with Letus 35mm adapter and Nikon primes. Small HD DP6 monitor and Miller DS20 Solo sticks. You can see some making-of pictures here.
Up The Junction
From Studio to Street
Two days at The Grove at the Google Zeitgeist European conference filming interviews. I shot it on my Sony Ex1 with Nikon primes on my Letus 35mm adapter – a winning combination!
Great to test out my new Small HD DP 6 once again, this time running it on mains for two days solid. It’s a delight to have a larger monitor on the camera and one that is sharp enough to judge critical focus. I would dearly love proper peaking on it and zebras, but hopefully they’ll come with a future firmware upgrade.
I was impressed to see the option for Picture-in-Picture too. Something which I’ll try out next week on a two-camera shoot.
The conference was great fun; Rob Branch (soundman) and I met some fascinating people.