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Elstree Studios to host cinematographer’s BSC Show 2012

A sell-out is predicted for the return of the BSC Show 2012 to Elstree Studios next month, showcasing a selection of high-end cinematography equipment, facilities and services used in film and television production.

Organised by the British Society of Cinematographers and BSC Entertainment Ltd in association with SCS Exhibitions Ltd, the event is billed as an essential date for anyone interested or involved in the art of cinematography.

Confirmed exhibitors include Panavision, ARRI Media, Canon, ARRI Lighting Rental, Ianiro, Cooke Optics, Rotolight, Gekko, Manfroto, Lee Filters, Panalux, MPE, Fuji, cmotion, Tiffen and others from the worlds of Camera, Lighting, Motion Control, Rigging, Grip and Cranes. A comprehensive list of exhibitors is available at bscexpo.com

Visitors will also be able to pick up a complimentary copy of the latest issue of movieScope magazine, issue 26 upon entry.

Attendees can register for free at bscexpo.com

Venue: The George Lucas Stage at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood.
Date: February 3 and 4, 2012
Times: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. (Friday, 3 February) and from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Saturday, 4 February)

Rob Saunders of SCS Exhibitions Ltd. (co-organiser of the event) commented: “We are very pleased with the support that the industry has given the BSC Show this year and we know that visitors will have a very rewarding and interesting 2 days. The BSC Show is unique in that it is an industry event organised and promoted by the industry with a focus on the hot topics that influence production in today’s market”

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