The rise and fall of studio furniture Posted: 12/02/2018
After the successful installation of 60 rise-and-fall editing desks for the Farm Group’s 33,000 sq ft central London post facility, along with 35 grading, audio, track-laying and finishing desks, AKA’s range of rise and fall studio furniture is being adopted across many more media industries. The long hours spent in online suites means this flexible way of working is becoming more popular with editors, mixers, composers, VFX and gamers, who often spend hours working in front of multiple screens.
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The rise of flexible working: new rise-and-fall AKA grading desk for Splice Posted: 07/03/2017

AKA Design install new rise-and-fall AKA grading desk for Splice

With all the research that shows how beneficial sit-stand desks can be to our health, mood and productivity, its no wonder that AKA are seeing a marked rise in requests for their rise-and-fall desks. This month, the company installed another one of its custom rise-and-fall grading desks in Splice Posts new grading and viewing theatre, as part of a refurbishment project. Splice Post is a creative and independent post production house, with two facilities in East London, creating content for all major broadcasters, independent film and commercials. The new AKA rise-and-fall desk was designed to house Splices FilmLight Baselight colour grading system.

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Sachtler Video 20 Helps Chronicle Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery Posted: 03/07/2013
In the 1990s The Shooting Gallery produced some of the hottest indie films, including Sling Blade (an Academy Award for Billy Bob Thornton), You Can Count On Me starring Mark Ruffalo (Academy Award nomination) and a series of projects with now-famous actors, producers and directors. Not long ago, director/producers Whitney Ransick and Bob Gosse, along with DP/producer Gil Gilbert and his co-DP Derek Wiesehahn, chronicled the rise and fall of this industry icon in Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery. To capture on-camera interviews, which would be interwoven with chosen footage, the team chose to shoot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II supported by a Video 20 fluid head tripod system from Sachtler, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company.
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