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This mobile solution is pricey but worth it for larger production budgets.
Since the pandemic, Hollywood has taken to thinking outside the box for interviewing guests on TV shows, having roundtable discussions, and witnessing those reality TV confessionals. This can be a challenge when your talent is sheltering in place and has to serve as their own crew.
But now there’s an innovative turnkey product that provides a “Crew in a Box” for setting up and getting that perfect interview remotely.
Winner of 2020 IABM Create Award for best technological innovation, the Wavemaker Creative Crew in a Box is designed for capturing direct-to-camera interviews, interstitials, roundtable discussions, press junkets, and other productions remotely recorded without access to an on-location crew.
It is the brainchild of Clio Award-winning director Ira Rosensweig, cinematographer Dallas Sterling, and visual fx supervisor Jeremy Fernsler.