June 15, 2024

Feature: CRAKK – Sc. RAID; (2:18)
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The journey of a man from the slums of Mumbai to the world of underground extreme sports.
Filmed in Poland and India.

Dir: Aditya Datt
Kalari Action Hero Films | Reliance Entertainment
Producer: Abbas Ali Sayyed, Vidyut Jammwal
Cast: Vidyut Jammwal, Nora Fatehi, Arjun Rampal and Amy Jackson

Camera / Lenses:
ARRI Alexa LF and Mini LF’s
ARRI Signature Primes /18mm, 25mm, 35mm, 47mm, 75mm, 125mm, 150mm
ARRI Signature Zooms /45-135mm, 65-300mm

Additional:
ARRI Signature Primes /200mm
ARRI Signature Zooms /16-32mm, 24-75mm
Angénieux 15-40mm EZ-2
Bolt: High Speed Camera Robot and Phantom Veo
+ Red Komodo / Canon 5D / Go Pro Hero 10 (with stunts)…
Drone: Octocopter / DJI Inspire 2
FPV Drone: BlackMagic & Laowa 9 mm
Steadicam, Helmet Cam, Body Rig
Russian Arm, Cable Cam with Stabilizer Head
Gyro Stabalized Head for BO 105 Chopper
Tracking Motorbike, Quad Bike, Low Loader
Scorpio Super Techno 45

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“Crakk” on IMDB

“One thing that impresses the most in the film is the cinematography by Mark Hamilton.”
– FilmiBeat

“Crakk manages to shine in its cinematography by Mark Hamilton. The film showcases visually captivating scenes, from gritty Mumbai streets to Mad Max-inspired landscapes.”
– Bollywood Chronicle

“Crakk boasts visually stunning cinematography by Mark Hamilton, capturing the intensity of the action sequences with finesse.”
– Pratidin Time

“Mark Hamilton’s cinematography matches international standards.”
– Bollywood Hungama

“DoP Mark Hamilton deserves appreciation for superlatively capturing some breath-taking stunts.”
– First Post

“Mark Hamilton, the cinematographer of Crakk, has brilliantly captured the film, particularly the action scenes.”
– 1 Films

“Mark Hamilton’s cinematography is extraordinary.”
– Film Information

“The camerawork is spectacular with exhilarating action that is genuinely fun to watch.”
– Pink Villa

“Cinematographer Mark Hamilton captures the gritty ambiance of Mumbai’s slums with raw realism.”
– Cine Tales