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February 2017
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  • Top 10 rental cameras
    Televisual’s annual top 10 listing of the UK’s most hired cameras is now in its eleventh year. Jon Creamer counts down the most rented models of 2016, and reveals the models everyone will be hiring in the year ahead
  • The art of aerials
    The aerial shot is becoming increasingly common across a range of productions from the high to the low end. But it’s all about using the right tools for the job, whether a helicopter or a drone. Jon Creamer reports on the options available to programme
  • Big data
    As 4K and HDR takes off, productions are using ever more data during a shoot. To cope, post houses have invested millions to manage the files as smoothly as possible. Jake Bickerton finds out how facilities are dealing with all the data
  • The big picture
    The China leg of E4 comedy drama Gap Year’s pan-Asian shoot was the toughest of all to organise, its executive producers at indie Eleven tell Tim Dams
  • BVE Preview
    The UK’s largest production and technology exhibition, Broadcast Video Expo, takes place in London's Exel (28 Feb - 2 March). Find out what’s on show
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  • Big screen boom
    From Alien to The Mummy and Justice League, many of 2017’s biggest films are being made in the UK. But can this production boom be sustained in the era of Trump and Brexit? And is it crowding out British indie films? Tim Dams reports
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Planet Earth II: how we made a natural history hit

Executive producer Mike Gunton on the making and marketing of Planet Earth II A decade ago I...

Can the UK film production boom be sustained?

From Alien to The Mummy and Justice League, many of 2017’s biggest films are being made in...

Why Falmouth University is funding features

The Professor of Falmouth University's School of Film and Television explains why the School is now...

Getting your indie investment ready

The founder of indie growth programme Indielab, Victoria Powell, on how to get your business ready...

Editing in the US: Notes from the Big Country

Six years after moving to Los Angeles, British editor Jon Oliver reflects on the differences...

The art of the drama grade

Drama report: The grade provides a stylish and consistent ‘look’ to a drama, but a...

Q&A: Lighting The X Factor

Lighting designer Tim Routledge on the creative and technical challenges of lighting The X Factor,...

Behind the scenes: BBC2's Hospital

Tom Currie, series producer on BBC2’s Hospital, on the challenges of steering a hugely...

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