NoHow Films


FEATURE FILMS


Salvation...............................................................................< In post production >
Yet again love finds a way.
The Lord giveth and taketh, for Irina, Gloria and Barry.

Paul Cox, writer/Producer/Director.
Digital HD, DI Process, 1.85:1.

The Final Winter ...................................................................< In post production >
Rugby League in the early 80s, hard hitting, commitment & loyalty. A passionate tale of two brothers.

Jane Forrest/Brain Andrews, Directors.
Matt Nable/Anthony Coffey/Michelle Russell, Producers.
Digital HD, DI Process, 1.85:1.

Ten Canoes ..............................................................................< Ten Canoes web>
It is a vivid, engrossing mixture of humour and drama, a film of rich images and sudden surprises that deals with desire, death and everyday ritual, with ceremonies and stories and the awkward, intractable, perplexing aspects of human nature. The Age - Saturday's A2 Phillipa Hawker.

A venture into the challenging physical and emotional environments that have become de Heer's trademark, "Ten Canoes" reps another distinctive outing. Gorgeous widescreen lensing by Ian Jones in croc-infested wetlands exudes the other-worldly aura of a Werner Herzog pic without any hint of travelogue. Variety - By RICHARD KUIPERS Thurs., Mar. 23, 2006

Rolf de Heer, Writer/Director/Producer
Julie Ryan, Producer
Super 35 Arriflex Camera, DI Process, Kodak 320T 500T Stock

Human Touch..................................................................................<read review>
"An interpersonal attraction that transcends conventional notions of love, sex and age shapes Paul Cox's Human Touch,"
This was Ians first opportunity to work with Paul and the project took Ian from Rivieres, France to Adelaide South Australia. Paul has Directed/Written/Produced some Twenty Five Films.
"...a fiercely uncompromising work that ranks with Cox's best. Tech credits are typically strong, highlighted by Ian Jones' subtle lighting". Variety Review Fri., Jun. 25, 2004.

Mark Patterson, Producer.
Paul Cox, Director/Writer.
35mm, Arriflex Camera 1.85:1 Fiji Film Stock.

Alexandra’s Project........................................................................<see festivals>
A psycho-sexual thriller about the sexual politics of marriage.

Rolf deHeer, Writer/Producer/Director.
Julie Ryan, Domenico Procacci Producer.
35mm Movicam Compact Camera, 2.35:1 Anamorphic Lomo Lenses, Fuji 500D film stock/ Kodak 500T film stock

The Tracker.....................................................................................<see awards>
"Ian Jones’ classically composed widesceen lenseing is outstanding, bringing depth and enormous space to this small scale drama of man’s inhumanity to man". David Stratton, Variety 18-24 2002.

Rolf deHeer, Writer/Producer/director.
Julie Ryan, Domenico Procacci Producers
35mm Arriflex Camera, 2.35:1 Anamorphic Lomo Lenses, Fuji 250T film stock.

Rabbit Proof Fence..........................................................................<see review>
"So much of your extraordinary material is in the final film that I truthfully say we wouldn’t have a movie without you."
Phillip Noyce, Director

Christine Olsen, Producer/Writer
John Winter, Producer.
Ian Jones, Second Unit DOP/Director

35mm Arriflex Camera, Super 35, Fiji 250T/ Kodak 320T
 
Babe Pig In the City..........................................................................<see video>
Ian shot the Daphne Unit (aka second unit) Daphne Paris was the second unit director of this unit. Ian’s team were responsible for a large percentage of the final movie, they were also responsible to three Visual effects teams The Mill from London, Rhythm and Hues from LA and Animal Logic from Sydney. This responsibility also extended to the Motion Control work, the Milo motion control camera was brought to Australia from the UK to cover this intricate and extensive work.

Dr George Miller, Director
Produced in Australia for Kennedy Miller Productions
35mm, Panavision Cameras and Lenses. 1.85:1, Kodak 500T film stock

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For a more comprehensive list of works please contact Ian Jones -ianjones@nohow.com.au