Studio Dorothy just dropped a new print that pays homage to the Arriflex 35 IIC motion picture camera, which became popular with the Hollywood New Wave cinematographers and directors thanks to its convenient hand-held capabilities. Filmmakers at the time were relying on heavier rigs like the Mitchell BNCR, which made the Arri 35 IIC a dream.
And in case you need a famous endorsement, Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange was shot almost entirely with the Arriflex. The new Dorothy print features iconic scenes from famous Arri-shot films, including the moment inside the Korova Milk Bar in Kubrick’s cult classic.
It’s a clever, cutaway-style poster for any film fan who knows their tech specs and appreciates fine cinema. How many movies can you identify? Buy the litho print over here.
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Love film? Look closer and you'll find 60 of the greatest movie moments of all time, hidden inside our illustration of an Arriflex 35 motion picture camera, beloved by the likes of Kubrick. How many can you find? #taxidriver #psycho #thegodfather #theshining #trainspotting #thedeerhunter #designedbydorothy #film #movie #stanleykubrick See more at wearedorothy.com