ARRI RENTAL - ALEXA 65 AND DNA LENSES ON NETFLIX’S “REBECCA”
Laurie Rose BSC shares a set of ARRI Rental Prime DNA lenses between an ALEXA 65 and ALEXA LF on Ben Wheatley’s new adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel.
“Rebecca” tells the story of a young woman who marries a handsome widower named Maxim de Winter after a whirlwind romance in Monte Carlo. On moving into his imposing English mansion Manderley, the new Mrs. de Winter becomes increasingly traumatized by the oppressive legacy and mysterious death of Maxim’s first wife, Rebecca. Director Ben Wheatley and cinematographer Laurie Rose, BSC opted for a fresh visual approach to this new adaptation for Working Title Films and Netflix, shooting in 65 mm with ARRI Rental’s exclusive ALEXA 65 camera and DNA lenses. Rose speaks here about his equipment choices and experiences on the production.
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