Electric Films

Graeme Beck, Writer/Director and DP, is a
multi award winning Sydney based Freelance
Cinematographer and Director and
has won
12 Australian Cinematography Awards, 2
National Awards for Television Commercials
he Produced and 1 International
Award for Cinematography in a Short Film.


Portfolio


Script Writing


Equipment


Time Lapse Photography


Industrial Reel


Drama and TVC Reel























OLD FILM FACTS

The first feature film (commercially made
film over 1 hour in length) was the 1906
Australian film "The Story of the Kelly Gang."

The largest number of cameras used
in a single scene to date was
48 for the sea battle in Ben Hur.


42 Cameras were used in the Chariot Race
with the operators shooting
53,000 feet of film in a single day.

(The making of Ben Hur)

The most film shot on a Feature was Howard Hughes
"Hell's Angels" which consumed 2,254,750 feet of
film with a continuous running time of 23 days.

The greatest number of retakes was 342 for the
blind flower girl scene in Chaplin's "City Lights."
He was inLove with the youug Actress.

(Chaplin directing the scene)

Marilyn Monroe did 59 takes in 'Some Like it Hot"
in which her only line was 'Where's the bourbon.'

The shower scene in Hitchcock's Psycho involved 70
set ups over seven days for 45 seconds of edited footage.

The most costly news story ever was the Centenary
Air Race in Melbourne where 160 frames were
transmitted to Britain over 68 hours
at a cost of US $30,000 in 1934. ($534,000 2015)
It was shown in 1500 cinemas within 48 hours.

"Jurassic Park" cost $90 million dollars to make and
$98 million dollars was spent in publicity.

The funeral scene in "Gandhi" contained around 300,000
extras, 94,560 contracted and over 200,000 volunteers.

Contact

Graeme Beck

 mobile: 0411 82 7799

email: graeme@electricfilms.net.au

Level 11 / 65 York St Sydney Australia

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