Filmmakers used two stylized Manhattan skyline Rosco SoftDrops to create a “Rom-Com-Fantasy” version of New York City in the romantic comedy “Isn’t It Romantic.”
The Production Design team for the BBC’s “Little Women” used Rosco SoftDrops to not only establish both winter & summer scenes – but also switch between the two quickly!
Scenic Artist, Jamie Clausius, shares her rediscovery of schlepitchka – and other inventive scenic art techniques – for a backdrop project she painted for Tobins Lake Studios.
Production Designer Dan Novotny shares how he was able to create California landscapes for the television show “The Arrangement” using two large Rosco SoftDrops.
Rosco provided the “Hidden Figures” filmmakers a key element to their Mercury Mission Control Center set and helped them accomplish their mission of keeping the film historically accurate.
While filming season 6 of the hit show “Homeland,” cinematographer David Klein posted behind-the-scenes photos onto Instagram – many of which were about the Rosco SoftDrops on-set and his amazing techniques for lighting them!
The Rosco Digital Imaging team collaborated with filmmakers on HBO’s “Divorce” to create a set of SoftDrops that allowed them to match the wintry setting established in the pilot.
Recently, Eric Tishman – a 27-year Rosco-veteran – was appointed to our International Business Development Group to oversee Rosco’s growth in South America. One of Eric’s primary goals was to visit the thriving market in Chile and call on our Santiago dealer Valook SA. Eric learned that the Valook team – and their customers –…
Production Design teams on hit shows like “Boardwalk Empire,” “Mad Men” and even “John Adams” turn to Rosco to create realistic backdrops that match the time period of their stories.