The “Battle Of The Bastards” on Sunday night’s Game Of Thrones was one of the grandest sword-swinging, blood-spilling throwdowns ever seen on television. Here’s how filmmakers turned 100 people into 1,000, “crashed” horses together without hurting them, how a sweet Land Rover camera rig captured the action.
Ford Europe’s ‘Camera Tracking Unit’ consist of a black Ford Focus ST wagon ute and a black Ford Fiesta ST ute. Here are both.
Dax Shepard is making a movie-remake of the buddy cop TV show CHiPs, and apparently running around filming in the gnarliest camera-carrying car I’ve ever seen.
If this isn't the craziest Swedish meatball I've seen this year, I don't know what is.
We've seen a number of matte-black camera cars before, but never a Panamera. This one even has a little tail gunner hatch in the back and we can't get over how cool it is.
Car chases in film have always been an interesting mix between pure driving skill and cinematic artistry, but we always wondered exactly how they shot some of the more intense scenes. The camera cars employed by Pursuit Systems include a 100+ mile per hour dune buggy, a 500 horsepower Mitsubishi Evo, a supercharged …