This is a short film mastered in 4K from which this is a low res h264 proxy. All the footage from all of the shoots is available to license and is being used by major Hollywood and European film studios for headline international films as well as by agencies for Blue Chip advertising and broadcast production companies who want something very special at competitive rates (as we don't have a library as an intermediary). We have over four hours of beautiful extraordinary S Log footage that we can deliver in pretty much any flavour. Contact email@example.com if interested in licensing this footage or see more at televisualcreative.com/footage/
The film has been composited and graded from five shoots around London from dusk to twilight including two aerial shoots. Both aerial shoots were shot on the Sony F65 SR4 raw and are arguably the most detailed aerial shots of London ever shot, with the latter dusk footage at the front of the film using the extraordinary Fujinon HK14.5 - 45mm lens. The ground shoots were shot on the F65 SR4 raw and F55 AXS-R5 raw.
The music Drinking at a Stream from Silence and Wisdom comes from Deux Filles and was originally recorded in 1982 and is represented by LTM Publishing (performance) and de Wolfe (publishing).
A big thank you to all involved including Dado (grade) and Shaun (edit) at MyTherapy, Steve Lawes (cinematographer), Ed Moore (DP), Jeremy Braben at Helicopter Film Services, David McKay (Aerial Cameraman) of Tenthirteen Aerial Film, Arena Aviation and Marcus Millichope (compositor) at Thank You MAM. Individually and collectively they are among the very best in the business.
I hope you enjoy the film and if you have the chance to see it in 4K, it will really blow your mind.
For more 4K London films from Televisual go to vimeo.com/88988870 and vimeo.com/63252461