Eric Koretz — Before Thanksgiving 2010 we set out to finish our shoot for the untitled Formula One documentary by Spitfire Pictures, Flat-Out Films and Diamond Docs. If you read my post from our last Formula One shoot, you'll wonder "how do you follow up an Epic 2D/3D shoot like that?"
Answer: Ten times more cameras and ten times more gear!
Directed by Paul Crowder, written by Mark Monroe, produced by Michael Shevloff and Nigel Sinclair and co-produced by Rodney Frazier, with the onboard racing segments produced by Alex King, the film tells the story of Formula 1's "golden age" and is due to be released in 2011. It's from a time in F1 when the cars became terrifyingly fast and the drivers were like rock stars with raw talent -– and whose chances of not surviving a single season could be as high as 1 in 15.
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