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Behind the scenes of the “Big Burn”

It took 3 days to build Pulaski’s cave. Take a look at some of the images from the shoot. “Pulaski led his men through the inferno, until, at last, he came to one of the old mining shafts along the creek. “In here,” he ordered, his hand on his sidearm, “everyone inside the tunnel.”   After an agonizing moment of indecision, forty-four men rushed into the opening and threw themselves on the ground.” – an excerpt from The Big Burn, airing on PBS this Fall.
Measuring Focus Lighting the fire

Prepping the cave

Some light reading

Some light reading for one of the Forest Rangers…

 

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Director Stephen Ives with Cinematographer Michael Chin on set in Colorado for the “Big Burn.”  It was a cold morning in April, but it made for some beautiful footage.

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Stephen Ives on set for Retro Report

Get a sneak peek behind the scenes of our newest project. Pierre Sprey gives us a tour of the Naval Air Museum for our current Retro Report in production.

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