Filmotechnic Remote Systems
Filmotechnic Remote Systems is market leader in providing gyroscopic equipment such as the U-crane Dynamic (formerly known as Russian Arm Dynamic) and the newest generation of Flight Heads (all sizes). Offering our services across Europe and to most areas in the rest of the world. We are working with the highest level of Precision Drivers and Arm Operators so we can assure top-level service for commercials, feature films, TV shows and events.
Our equipment is utilized on ground, in air and on water by a large team of cross trained professionals. Our main office is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. By also having warehouses in Capetown, Hamburg, Madrid and Bucharest you always have our equipment in reach within a reasonable distance of your European or South African location. We source our knowledge worldwide as we are part of the global Filmotechnic Family, leading the film industry with over 30 years of experience.
Meet our crew
Our team is made up of enthusiastic and highly professional specialists located in various countries across Europe. All of our crewmembers have many years of set experience in feature films, commercials and events. Here you will see some of our U-crane and Flight Head Operators, Precision Drivers and Technicians in action.
In 2006 Anatoliy Kokush proudly won two Oscar Awards at the 78th. Academy Awards for the concept and development of the Russian Arm gyro-stabilized camera crane and the Flight Head. The other Oscar was awarded for the concept and development of the Cascade series of motion picture cranes. As a result of our achievements in enabling camera movements and image stabilization, we hold a wide range of international patents, inventors certificates and proprietary technologies. Filmotechnic covers the full product life cycle for camera systems from concept to delivery and support.
Two other highlights in our 30 years of history was receiving the 2018 and 2010 Cinec award. The 2018 award was presented to us for our telescopic Russian Arm crane. The 2010 award was presented to us for our Camera Support-System the U-crane (formerly known as Russian Arm) gyroscopic-stabilized camera crane. The Cinec Awards are presented by the prestigious Bavarian Society for the Advancement of Film Technology, and awarded to innovative and trendsetting products and developments of motion picture technology.