electriclimefilms collaborated with Sweet to produce the Hongkong Land brand film, 'The Artist'. Take a look behind the scenes at our On Set film.
Despite the obvious setbacks and limitations the lockdown has placed, this remote work time has given us a chance to improve on our ability to work well independently, as well as with a team.
electriclimefilms's Native 'Xiangshan to Beitou' explores Taiwan with a breath of fresh air.
Next in electriclimefilms's 'Native' Film Series is 'Pulau Cempedak', a breathtaking journey around the Riau Islands in Indonesia.
Introducing electriclimefilms's 'Native' Film Series, featuring visual explorations on the Art of Location Scouting.
electriclimefilms is proud to announce we have been selected as a Finalist for Marketing Magazine's Agency of the Year Awards 2020 in the Video/Production Company of the Year category.
During these difficult times, when there is such a palpable pause on the usual pace of life, we find ourselves reflecting on the past. There's a sense of opportunity - to seeking comfort in nostalgia and contemplation in looking back.
Shot in an abandoned school building, electriclimefilms’s Nerf ‘Kids’ film brings retro flair with modern youth’s street smart coolness. Sydney based Producer André Rodrigues worked on the campaign as Production Manager and speaks in detail about the process they went through during the three weeks of pre-production to acquire the final shoot location.
That Jam’s strength lie in making the ordinary funny, the bizarre believable and the strange endearing.
Michael discusses remote working and highlights some tips on how to adapt to your new environment.
From experimenting with different camera and equipment set ups, Scott has gained an affinity for shooting with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC) 6K. Having shot a few upcoming films in collaboration with electriclimefilms, Scott discusses why he prefers this camera system over others.
The electriclimefilms Singapore team shot parts of their Sony ‘Focus’ film on location in Mongolia. Head of Production Rory Cavanagh, who was Assistant Director for the shoot, recounts the breathtaking and memorable experiences he had, as a filmmaker and photographer, while on set in Mongolia for the first time.