Directors Richard Ladkani and Kief Davidson shot all over Asia and Africa for their Netflix documentary The Ivory Game, which takes a hard look at the corrupt world of ivory trafficking.
“We knew from the beginning that we would use many different cameras, but we wanted the lead camera to be the AMIRA because we love its natural and cinematic look. When it comes to images of people, especially faces, I haven’t seen anything that compares to that kind of quality,” Ladkani tells ARRI. “We were going to risk our lives shooting this film; we would only have the chance to shoot things once, if at all, so there was no room for compromise.”
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