Above: Director Marcus Dillistone and Sir John Mills CBE on location at Pinewood studios. Pic Dimitris Marcantonatos

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Lights 2 is a short film commissioned by FujiFilm Japan to demo it's new motion picture filmstock Eterna 500.

Conceived by Director/Producer Marcus Dillistone (above right), the film was written to show the filmstock in numerous different lighting scenarios, from daylight to near darkness.

The film was shot by four leading cinematographers: Phedon Papamichael ASC, Sue Gibson BSC, Ron Stanett CSC, and the Oscar winning legend, Jack Cardiff BSC OBE.

When Jack (90) filmed the scenes with Sir John Mills (Above left) (96), the combined age of lead actor and cinematographer was 186 years - a cinema record!

The 35mm film had to be technically perfect as well as creatively engaging. It is on release to audiences throughout the film making world, from Hollywood to London, Tokyo, Paris, etc.

Lights2 was made possible with support from key film industry suppliers, including:

Panavision

Deluxe

Pinewood Studios

Lee Lighting

Soho Images

Lipsync Post

Glory extends its thanks to the above for supplying a consistenly first rate service.

For Making of location stills go HERE

For Athens screening go HERE

For BSC screening go HERE

For info on Lights2 DVDs go HERE

For information on future screenings e-mail glory.

 

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Lights2
NEW - LIGHTS2 RETURN OF THE SHADOW
SEQUEL TO THE ABOVE

Sir John Mills CBE (Oscar winner 'Ryan's daughter'), playing a tramp. Scene shot by Jack Cardiff OBE BSC
Olivia Dillistone and Dominic Stephens play street urchins. Scene shot by Jack Cardiff OBE BSC
The Shadow (Oreke Mosheshe) uses her own special technique to get past nightclub bouncer (Dimitris Marcantonatos)! Scene shot by Phedon Papamichael ASC.
All forms of illumination abhor The Shadow. This neon Bar sign included - it gets trashed. Scene shot by Phedon Papamichael ASC.
Out of the darkness, a punter's phone rings! Scene shot by Phedon Papamichael ASC.
Repairing the damage wrought by The Shadow's nocturnal antics! Scene shot by Ron Stannett CSC.