Thanks to our great team for 3 shooting days full of energy!
Directing DoP: Max Penzel, Producer: Arne Weingart, 2nd Unit DoP: Ralf Clauß, 1st AD: Bernd Renink, Location Manager: Caro Buss, Runner: Raiko Gehring, Props & Styling: Katharina Koppenwallner (Head), Viola Haderlein, Pinar Zeytinoglu, Korbinian Ludwig, Food-Styling: Martin Kühnel (Head), Stefan Dangeleit, 1st AC: Gregor Grieshaber, 2nd AC: Lena Krause, Gaffer: Matthias Hildebrand; Electrician: Jérôme Lauer, Renee Runge, Grip: Wolfgang Franke, Data Wrangel: Anke Trojan, MakingOf: Jens Vandendriessche
We’re happy to support Daniel Flaschar for his portfolio work. Take a look at the outcome here.
We were happy to co-produce this interview with the prima ballerina Elisa Carrillo in collaboration with Curiosity Media from Mexico.
The client liked the making-of movie of the foto shooting “Silhouette” so much, that it was transformed into a corporate video for his website.
Many thanks to Ralf Clauss for the great pictures!
In the shooting’s ‘Making Of’, one can not only spot the faces belonging to the hands in the final images, but also the work environment and the team involved in the realization.
The material shot as part of the D-Movie Production was so well received by the client that an additional product film was mandated. This film explains the set-up of the camera with the help of 3D animation features.
One can see here under which party difficult circumstances the pictures were shot – special respect goes to the parkour and free running athletes.
The client liked the D750 product movie so much, they made a TV spot for the Asian market out of it.
Showreel from cinemathographer Max Penzel -DoP of several Lunik film projects.
ZDF- Editorial department Quantum, documentary cut-out animation on people and their views.
For this video two separate film shootings were required: In December 2011, we did a three day filming with Eugenio Recuenco at the area of the old hospital in Beelitz. In June 2012, we shot the performance part and other scenes with Zoran Bihać. Both parts were artfully edited by Rob Meyers, we think it paid off!
The video shoot for the piano version of the Rammstein song “Mein Herz Brennt” was created whilst a short power failure occured but we think the result is brilliant! So did the band and decided to use the output off-the-cuff as the main version for the A side of their single.