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CCine shoots historic bungalow at Culver Studios

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We were recently thrilled to shoot architectural photos of a historic bungalow on the Culver Studios backlot for our clients Hackman Capital. If my sources are correct, this is the very bungalow Lucy and Desi shared back in the Golden Age of Television.   Take a look at this fabulous space… Its available!

CC wins two Telly Awards for New City Market LA Promo

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We were very pleased to learn the we have been awarded a Silver Telly and a Bronze Telly award for our 2013 New City Market LA promo!  The Telly Awards receives over 13,000 entries annually from the finest ad agencies, production companies, TV stations, cable companies, interactive agencies and corporations in the world, and the Silver Telly is their highest honor.  Our work was recognized as among the best in Corporate Image and Real Estate videos in the country.    Kudos to our entire production team including Producers Bob McGinness and Mel Metcalfe, heli pilot Scott Magner, and our VFX team at Xrez: Eric Hanson, Greg Downing, and Jerry Weil.

But most of all thanks to our client Peter M. Fleming of City Market LA and architect Doug Hanson for bringing us in and giving us the opportunity to be a part of this incredible project!

Hans Haveron Mural Project

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fish_cuExcited to be working with the uber-talented Hans Haveron on an upcoming project. Hans is an amazing and prolific visual artist, designer, painter that I met thru my collaboration with the Do-Art foundation.  We recently met to do a test for an animated mural project, and it gave us a chance to try some different techniques and test our some new gear.

Welcome to Construction Cinema

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After many years of producing time-lapse films and development oriented videos under Loki Productions and Switch Studios’ banner, we have decided to start producing these projects out with our new brand:  Construction Cinema. We think this name aptly sums up our philosophy:  Construction is an art and rather than just documenting a project, we strive to show the beauty and magic in each project’s creation.


Thanks to all of the incredible architects, contractors, artisans, and craftsmen who have created fantastic spaces before our cameras.  We can’t wait to work with you again! And we look forward to working with our new clients.