Notable Works Using The Camera
- Red Dwarf: Back to Earth was the first UKTV series to shoot with the Red One camera, as well as being the first ever sitcom to use them.
- Antichrist (2009)
- The 2009 short The Butterfly Circus was shot using the Red One camera, as was the same director's previous short "Stained" which was the first film shot on the Red One to win Best Film at a festival.
- Sanctuary was the first television series in North America to use the Red One camera exclusively.
- In 2009, Tamil film Unnaipol Oruvan was fully shot using Red One cameras.
- in 2008, Sinhala film "Ran Kewita ii" was shot using a Red One camera.
- The 2010 film Beginners, directed by Mike Mills, cinematography by Kasper Tuxen and starring Ewan McGregor, Christopher Plummer and Mélanie Laurent, was filmed with Red One.
- In 2010, the Oscar winning short film God of Love (film) was shot using Red One cameras.
- In 2010, the black comedy FX TV series Louie was shot using a Red One camera.
- In 2012, the science-fiction comedy Iron Sky was filmed in Red camera format.
- The tenth series of Red Dwarf was filmed with the Red cameras, and was shot in front of a studio audience.
- In 2012 the Director Peter Jackson Shot his predicted Blockbuster the Hobbit: An unexpected Journey on 48 RED Epics and paired them up to Film in 3D.
Famous quotes containing the words camera, notable and/or works:
“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.”
—Dorothea Lange (18951979)
“a notable prince that was called King John;
And he ruled England with main and with might,
For he did great wrong, and maintained little right.”
—Unknown. King John and the Abbot of Canterbury (l. 24)
“For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast
crowned him with glory and honor.
Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of thy hands;”
—Bible: Hebrew Psalm VIII (l. VIII, 56)