Global film Production Crew
Director | DOP | Camera & Sound Crew | Data wrangling and more
The Lexlux Film Production Crew
More than a film crew, we are specialized in image and sound capture, media management, but above all our know-how is also in the technical management of film and documentary productions.
As members of the Lexlux network, our specialists rely on a number of resources that allow us to carry out productions while ensuring the safety of the crew, the participants as well as the video and sound data.
From the City Street to the polar regions and the Amazon jungle. We have the technical capabilities and have the human capacity to achieve the results you require for your project.
Richard Duquette, director of photography for LexLux preparing to shoot a timelapse of clouds in southern Argentina, Chubut province.
During the shooting of the Swiss television series, Diner à la ferme in Argentina. A participant talking with a farmer from Argentina.
Julien, one of Lexlux's sound engineers, records the sounds coming from the magnificent Argentinean glacier "Perito Moreno".
In British Columbia, Canada, during the shooting of the movie Garm's War by the famous Japanese director Mamuro Oshii,
A few minutes before the storm, the camera is still rolling.
No, we do not find the last living Diplodocus. On the great wilderness of the Patagonian plains stands this life-size replica of a species that roamed the earth long ago
Here is some action in perspective, filming the Argentinian Gauchos who gallop following the pick-up.
A day of location scouting before picking up the rest of the technical crew and the actors. The director of photography takes some pictures to prepare the next days.
After completing the shooting of a series for Swiss Television RTS and when all the right elements are gathered it's time to have fun. Richard, Emilie and Mauro and the magnificent Argentinean glacier Perito Moreno in the background
Unfortunately, drones are not welcome in all places, but by approaching the authorities, we managed to obtain permission.
On the way back to base camp, after a great day of shooting. No matter where the shoots take us, our team is there.
During the production of the series Les Grands Sentiers, Émilie, director and specialist in post-production and data wrangling at Lexlux.