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Regions Mobile Banking Commercial – Filmed with the Impala and Bogey Dolly


Regions Mobile Banking Commercial “Give Life the Green Light”


Behind the Scenes – Regions Mobile Banking “Give Life the Green Light”

Shot on location at a school in LA, and at the LA zoo. All of the shots at the school were done with the Impala and all of the zoo shots were with the Bogey dolly. The commercial was shot on an Arri Alexa.

The hero motion control passes were all recorded live using encoders. The dolly and arm were operated using our t-bar encoder, which allows motorcycle throttle style control over dolly speed and boom. The head was operated live with our wheels encoders, and focus was controlled with our Preston FiZ motion control interface, allowing the use of the industry standard Preston FiZ II hand unit and motors.

The School and Zoo shots were all completed in a single day, while fighting changing weather and waning sun.

Most of the school shots were done in a light rain, with the Impala covered by a few trash bags. All of our gear is completely portable and suitable for any location. We have shot in the most extreme conditions, including snow and extreme cold, rain, desert windstorms and extreme head, and rising tides on the beach.

Motion Control Operator (Impala) – Paul Maples
Motion Control Tech (Impala) – Jordan Hristov
Motion Control Operator (Bogey Dolly) – Rob Menapace
Motion Control Tech (Bogey Dolly) – Garritt Hampton

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Werthers “Magic” Commercial


Werthers “Magic” Commercial
Production Company – Untitled
Director – Linus Ewers
Motion Control Rig – Bogey Dolly

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The Maine “Into Your Arms” Production Featured in American Cinematographer Magazine

In their October 2009 issue, American Cinematographer Magazine featured a three page article on the production of The Maine’s music video for the song “Into Your Arms”. The video was directed by Aaron Platt, produced by Justin Cronkite, and edited by Hank Friedmann. It was shot in one day, at Ontario International Airport. The production used a Red One camera on a motion control dolly provided by Pacific Motion Control, and featured three separate setups with 80′ of track each. Joshua Cushner served as the motion control operator, and Adam Francis and Garritt Hampton were the motion control technicians.


The Maine “Into Your Arms”


The Maine “Into Your Arms” – Behind The Scenes
Aaron Platt, American Cinematographer Magazine Article

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Every Avenue “Think of You Later (Empty Room) Music Video – Directed by Mark Staubach

The music video for Every Avenue’s “Think of You Later (Empty Room) was filmed in a house in Los Angeles, using a motion control bogey dolly and pan/tilt head, provided by Pacific Motion Control.

Band: Every Avenue
Record Label: Fearless Records
Director: Mark Staubach
Motion Control Operator: Rob Menapace
Motion Control Techs: Donny Sierer, Garritt

Every Avenue – Think of You Later (Empty Room) Music Video

Every Avenue – Making of “Think of You Later (Empty Room)”


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