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Carnation and the Monkey from Scunci
monkey_from_scunci03.jpgStudents at The National Film and Television School recently filmed an advert using a monkey... and our Carnation background paper .

The project is part of Cinematography curriculum at the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield and it is a 30 seconds commercial shot on Kodak 16 mm film, part of the Kodak Student Commercial Competition.

monkey_from_scunci04.jpg"The brand we are making the spot for is called Instatwist and the main cast is a monkey. The commercial will run in a competition later in April 2016. Tutors of the school include The Head of department is BAFTA and BIFA-winning and EMMY-nominated cinematographer Brian Tufano BSC, whose credits include Trainspotting and Billy Elliott. Other tutors who often teach at the school include award-winning commercials cinematographer Stuart Harris, Barry Ackroyd (Riff Raff, My Name is Joe), Sean Bobbitt (Hunger, Shame), Nina Kellgren (Young Soul Rebels, Looking for Langston) and Academy Award winner Billy Williams (Gandhi)."

The cinematographer on the project was Simona Susnea working with director James Gardner "Thanks so much again for your help, it is appreciated by both me and the director, James Gardner. I will send you a cut when it is ready" Simona said.

monkey_from_scunci02.jpgMore information on the cinematography course with the National Film and Television School from their website here NFTS.

It is the only specialist Cinematography course in the UK and has three stages, bluescreen and greenscreen facilities for live action and animated films, Students use 16mm, Super 16mm and 35mm film, digital video and HD cameras. Unlike other schools all production costs are met by the school.

We are looking forward to seeing the final ad in the Spring, watch this space!


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