Brindabellas – Near-infrared feature-length film is now available to watch for free on Vimeo and YouTube

We featured Glen Ryan’s awesome project Brindabellas on the site just over a year ago. It was filmed and photographed using near-infrared imaging techniques on a modified RED Epic-X in 5K. Brindabellas is a 150min long feature-length film exploring the eponymous mountain range in New South Wales, Australia that took Glen and his relatively small crew more than two years to film.

Photo courtesy: Silver Dory Productions
Photo courtesy: Silver Dory Productions

Brindabellas was originally only available on Vimeo on demand, but from the start of this month Glen has made all 22 chapters available to watch for free on Vimeo and You Tube.

Glen said, “We’ve been lucky to have the project featured, purchased and licensed around the world since we first released sections of it commercially. Footage has been shown at major international trade shows like NAB in Las Vegas and featured by film industry giants RED Digital Cinema. It’s also been used to promote a range of commercial products internationally – from South Korean cars to Irish broadband networks. But our aim has always been to show as much of the project to as many people as possible rather than break it up into small fragments to license. So it’s great that these international sales have now helped us make the whole project freely available to anyone who wants to have a look. The ABC featuring a large part of the film on iView will also help us show a good portion of Brindabellas to a much wider Australian audience.”

Photo courtesy: Silver Dory Productions
Photo courtesy: Silver Dory Productions

For more information on Brindabellas – a Silver Dory Production, head over to their website.

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