Russell MacLaughlin is a wildlife filmmaker and photographer by profession, a wildlife conservationist and naturalist at heart. He has an extensive knowledge and passion for African fauna and flora. Over the years Russell has filmed numerous documentaries for National Geographic and Animal Planet among other channels and his award winning images have graced the covers and pages of numerous international publications.
Tyge’s first surf movie was titled Beneath, a 30 minute psychedelic surf escapade with a rebellious edge to modern society, that gained worldwide attention.
He was then quickly hired on long-term contracts with big name surf brands to create their web and social based media requirements.
When the Compassx series was announced and shown at IBC 2017, the line of fluid heads generated great interest and buzz in the industry," says Charles Montesin, global sales and marketing manager, Miller Camera Support Equipment. "Since then, the series has undergone extensive field testing with various users providing valuable feedback, resulting in a finalized version, which is now in production and shipping worldwide.
Filmmaker and Videographer Jason Henwood recently had the chance to work on a passion project in the rugged terrain of Scotland, choosing Miller Tripods, to help capture footage of the subject of his documentary film, the Scottish Wildcat.
This very rare and beautiful animal is confined to the Scottish Highlands. Known for its elusive nature, the large predator is sometimes mistaken for the common housecat, but the near-extinct species could not be further from that. Henwood’s documentary set out to educate the public on what makes the Wildcat so unique and how its resourcefulness has helped it survive deforestation and varying habitats.
Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who has shot feature film, factual news and documentary. With a career spanning more than three decades, the past 10 years have seen him specialize in creating incredible cinematic images with a myriad of cameras. Reviews
Join filmmaker, educator and pioneer Philip Bloom as he embarks on his most adventurous project to date. From the wind-swept coast of Ireland to the unforgiving heat of the Mojave desert, USA, travel with Philip as he guides you through the art and science of filmmaking, and shares his most important advice for capturing the style of cinematic images that have made him one of the world's most beloved independent filmmakers. Available in gorgeous 4K resolution, Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass is an eight hour journey that will educate, entertain and inspire you.
Since 2002, with sleep in short supply, talented young people aged 12-24 raced against the clock.
Their mission to create an imaginative and innovative short 7 minute film in a 24 hour period which must include special items, dialogue and locations that are only revealed at the beginning of the 24 hours.