Greig Fraser ACS, ASC on "Dune: Part Two"

ALEXA 65, ALEXA Mini LF, and lenses including exclusive ARRI Rental optics chosen by DP Greig Fraser for the second part of director Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic.

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ARRI Rental talks lighting with “Poor Things” gaffers

BrikLoks, SkyPanels, and 18K HMIs were among the fixtures used by gaffers Andy Cole and Gromek Molnar Jr. on Yorgos Lanthimos’s Oscar-nominated film.

Behind the scenes Amazon’s “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” DP Christian Sprenger

Moviecam lenses give “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” a vintage look

Cinematographer Christian Sprenger ASC discusses working in large format with the ARRI ALEXA Mini LF and ARRI Rental Moviecam lenses on Amazon’s action-packed spy series.

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ALEXA Monochrome cameras

Native black-and-white across three formats



Eclectic lenses with optical superpowers



Dune Part 2


Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

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Baby Reindeer

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Poor Things


Back to Black

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House of the Dragon (Season 2)


El Conde



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The Batman

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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

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Director/cinematographer Alfonso Cuarón

ARRI (Rental) from the moment that we talked to them...they became one of our strongest allies in moving forward with the project.

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Cinematographer Stuart Dryburgh ASC

I've worked with ARRI Rental a lot...I'm always made very welcome and always well supported.


Cinematographer Adam Newport-Berra

Most if not all of the films I've done have been with ARRI Rental; they've been so supportive of my work, both logistically and creatively.

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Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel ASC

We designed a reverse optics lens for one sequence, which worked stunningly well. I can't say a bad word about the ARRI Rental team.


Cinematographer Richard Rutkowski ASC

The people at ARRI Rental are as dedicated as filmmakers...they think about things in the creative sense, not just the financial sense.