Heres a great free film from Quiksilver. Brain Farm produced a big chunk of the footage seen in this on a trip to G-Land, Indonesia. We shot the Cineflex for aerials as well as mounted on a boat in the lineup. We also got some aerials and amazing water shots with our Phantom Gold. The aerial of Mark Healey slowing coming out of the barrel is one of our favorites.
Two-year movie projects are all the rage, and Travis Rice’s next one is surely going to set more than a couple new standards. Since the snowfall tallies in Rice and Brain Farm Cinema’s Jackson Hole home…. READ MORE
We produced a 30 second spot for Subaru and NBC/Universal here in Grand Teton National Park. We shot using our Cinema Truck and Cineflex V14, RED One, and Phantom Gold for the spot as well as managed the shoot and location. The spot aired during “Green Week” on NBC, Universal, and Syfy Channels.
Brain Farm tackled a serious challenge designing a Phantom 3D camera system for the shooting of Jackass 3D. We spent 3 months working closely with Paradise FX to figure out a way to build one of the first 3D camera systems that could capture over 1000 frames per second. After a long and rigorous challenge we pulled it off and helped make the new Jackass 3D film what it is today. Brain Farm’s, Curt Morgan worked closely with Spike Jonze to make sure the images were nothing but perfect. We helped to shoot the intro and the closing scenes as well as many other locations and sets throughout the film. Jackass 3D playing in theaters NOW.
Posted in Press on September 27th, 2010 by Jackson
We recently shot with Grizzly Creek Films for an episode of their Nat Geo TV series, Expedition Wild. We got out the Phantom Gold and Cineflex for a day to shoot some great shots of captive wolves in Idaho for their latest episode showcasing the wolves of Yellowstone.
We used the Cineflex on our Cinema Truck for some fast tracking shots of the wolves running thru the snow as well as the Phantom for incredible slow mo detail shots of the wolves in action. Our crew also rigged up a cable cam shot high in the trees for the birds eye view of wolves ripping thru the forest. Check it out…
Expedition Wild: Inside the Wolf Pack : Premieres Monday, October 4, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
In 1927, government hunters killed the last wild gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Considered a threat to settlers and livestock, the wolves were systematically exterminated with no thought to the ecological consequences. Eighty-three years later, the wolves have been reintroduced and are thriving within and beyond the park’s borders. Join Casey for a breathtaking look at the magnificent gray wolf, shot in high definition and with the aid of advanced slow-motion cameras. See for yourself why this “apex” predator plays such a critical role in restoring the health of the entire ecosystem in which it lives.
Brain Farm was in Maui last December to shoot Ian Walsh at Peahi (JAWS) for Red Bull’s Young Jaws series. Here is a web video from the trip. We used the Cineflex for aerials and had a second Cineflex system mounted on a boat in the channel. We also shot Phantom HD from the boat for the high speed shots (slow mo).
Visa Black Card recently released their newest national TV ad campaign featuring a female “James Bond” type character and the finest in luxury props. Brain Farm Digital Cinema produced the campaign top to bottom as well as did all post production. Directed by Curt Morgan, the commercials were shot all digital using the Sony F35, Cineflex V14 and Phantom Gold. Special thanks to Donna Feldman who is the amazing model that gave the commercial the perfect flare. The spots are now airing on Fox, Travel Channel, NBC, Bloomberg and more. You can also see the campaign on YouTube. Stay tuned for the next installment of the Black Card adventure coming out Fall 2010.