Al Medina  (2015)

Al Medina 4.70/5 10 Votes

Movie  |  2K Project  |  Color  |  90 Minutes

The movie Al Medina,
released in 2015 and directed by Omar Shargawi, was shot on film & digital using ARRI ALEXA Plus Camera, Beaulieu Cameras and Canon K35 100 mm T2.0 Lens, Canon K35 24 mm T1.5 Lens, Canon K35 35 mm T1.3 Lens, Canon K35 50 mm T1.3 Lens, Canon K35 55 mm T1.4 Lens, Canon K35 85 mm T1.3 Lens with Aske Foss as cinematographer and editing was done on the Avid Editing System by Morten Højbjerg, Thomas Papapetros, Omar Shargawi.

Al Medina Technical Specifications

Starring | Sara Hjort Ditlevsen, Ashraf Farah, Omar Shargawi

Studio | Nordisk Film

Directed by | Omar Shargawi

Cinematography by | Aske Foss

Edited by | Morten Højbjerg, Thomas Papapetros, Omar Shargawi

Written by | Omar Shargawi

Acquisition
Celluloid
Digital Cinema
Cameras
ARRI ALEXA Plus Camera
Beaulieu Cameras
Lenses
Canon K35 100 mm T2.0 Lens
Canon K35 24 mm T1.5 Lens
Canon K35 35 mm T1.3 Lens
Canon K35 50 mm T1.3 Lens
Canon K35 55 mm T1.4 Lens
Canon K35 85 mm T1.3 Lens
Lens Manufacturer
Canon
Lighting
Tungsten Lighting
Near Location Services
Dailies
Capture – Resolution
2048×854 – (2.40:1) Capture Resolution
Audio Finishing
Avid Pro Tools Finishing

Country | Denmark, Jordan
Language | English, Arabic, Danish
Genres | Drama, Thriller

Editing System
Avid Editing System
Editing Method
Non Linear Editing
Finishing System
DaVinci Resolve Finishing System
Finishing Method
Digital Intermediate Finishing Process
Additional Post Processes
Digital Dailies
Color Encoding – Interchange Color Space
LogC (ARRI WG) Interchange Color Space
Capture – Codecs & Formats
Apple ProRes
Film Manufacturer
Eastman Kodak Film Mfg
Film Negative Stock
Ansco Neg. Film
Kodak Vision Film
Film Negative Width
16mm Film Negative Width
Film Negative Pulldown
1-Perf Pulldown
Camera Negative Orientation
Vertical Camera Film Orientation
Project Frame Rate
24 fps Project Frame Rate
Projection Format
Spherical Projection Format
Shooting Regions
Jordan
Shooting Space
Land
Outdoor