Nikon: Broken Night

A Sundance-worthy camera.

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Nikon and McCann New York made a splash at Sundance in the short film category with "Broken Night," a film by Guillermo Arriaga of "Babel" and "21 Grams" fame that was shot entirely on Nikon's D800 camera. Billed as a "beautiful horror movie," the film stars a young woman and her daughter who are enjoying a drive across some desolated hills when an accident happens, landing the car upside down and leaving them in the dark.

A horror movie would be the best way to show off the product's low-light capabilities and its capacity to shoot in tight quarters and in difficult weather conditions. A Tumblr has documented the behind-the-scenes process.

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Date
Feb 05, 2013
Agency:
McCann New York
CCO:
Sean Bryan
Client:
Nikon
CCO:
Thomas Murphy
GCD:
Tom Sullivan
GCD:
Larry Platt
CD:
Dov Zmood
CD:
Kathy Grover
EP:
Brian DiLorenzo
EP:
Kathy Love
EP:
Greg Lotus
Senior Integrated Producer:
Jill Ann Toloza
Integrated Producer:
Lauren Bauder
Director:
Guillermo Arriaga
Production Company:
Independant Media
Producer:
Susanne Preissler
Director of Photography:
Janusz Kaminski
Head of Production:
Marc Siegel
Production Controller:
Karen Hughes
1st AD:
Christopher Berger
2nd AD:
Jason Slaughter
Production Supervisor:
Paul Alcus
Editor:
Paul Martinez
Assistant Production Supervisor:
Jeff Chung
Editorial Company:
Arcade Edit
Music:
Philip Glass
Casting:
David Rubin
Production Designer:
Mark Ricker
Costume Designer:
Yoona Kwak
Music Supervisor:
John Bissell
Associate Producer:
Adrian Zurita
Associate Producer:
Mariglo Vizcarrondo
Line Producer:
Beth Aranda

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