Fujifilm's ETERNA stocks prove well at Cannes Ken Loach's The Wind That Shakes The Barley, which opens in the UK on June 23, has scooped the prestigious Palm D'Or at this years Cannes Film Festival.
Fujifilm are delighted to announce that the film was entirely shot on their new 35mm ETERNA 500T 8573 and ETERNA 250D 8563 motion picture negative film stocks. Long-time Fuji user, DP Barry Ackroyd BSC worked alongside Loach to achieve the look of 1920's Ireland. Ackroyd was also cinematographer on United 93, writer-director Paul Greengrass's account of the fourth hijacked plane on that infamous date, September 11, 2001. The film appeared out of competition in Cannes and was shot on Fujifilm's ETERNA 500T 8573.
The Wind That Shakes The Barley was the first British film in ten years to win the Palm D'Or. Mike Leigh's Secrets And Lies won the top prize in 1996, which incidentally, was also shot on Fujifilm motion picture film by renowned cinematographer Dick Pope BSC.
Palm D'Or given to film shot with Fuji ETERNA Stocks
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