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Red cameras play a big role in films at Giant Screen Cinema Association’s 2022 Expo

Mar 10, 2022

From Ireland to Space and stops in between, Red is behind the scenes

The Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) Film Expo opened this week with a number of compelling films screening for attendees that originated on Red Digital Cinema cameras.

Continuing its leadership in natural history filmmaking, Red is proud to have supported the filmmakers behind 13 of the 17 films being presented in the New Films category, including:

Ancient Caves
Astronaut: Ocean to Orbit
Cephalopods: Aliens of the Deep

Cephalopods: Aliens of the Deep

Into America’s Wild
Ocean’s Odyssey
Secrets of the Sea
The Secret World of Fungi
The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness

The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness

The Last Glaciers
The Search for Snow.

“We feel privileged that these talented filmmakers chose Red cameras to tell these important stories,” says Brian Henderson of Red Digital Cinema. “We want storytellers to know they don’t have to compromise their vision, and if their story needs to be big, there is no better option for high resolution than Red.”

Finished films as well as titles in production are screening this week. The Film Expo runs March 8-9 in Universal City, California, at the AMC CityWalk Theatre and Universal City Hilton, with some optional on-line viewing options available.

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