The filmmakers on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” discuss why they chose Rosco’s SoftDrop and how they put it to work creating the background imagery behind a new set created for season 3.
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 filmmakers working on several of the Marvel Netflix series chose to use Rosco SoftDrops to re-create a variety of New York City neighborhoods on their sets.
Rosco has hundreds of backdrops available to rent on your next production. Art departments rely on these five drops again-and-again for background imagery that works on their set.
The storyline of the feature film “Fifty Shades Darker” takes place in Seattle – but it was shot in Vancouver. Hear from the filmmakers themselves how Rosco SoftDrop helped them create Seattle on their Vancouver soundstage.
Our newest product – Rosco SoftDrop – offers huge, seamless images, in a matte finish, that are printed onto a wrinkle-resistant cotton drop, which is easy to ship, easy to hang and easy to light.
Cinematographer Mike McMurray showcases all of the features Rosco’s new SoftDrop® technology has to offer.
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.
As we enter the final months of Rosco’s centennial celebration, we continue to look at the events that influenced Rosco’s development and, in turn, shaped our industry. The Rosco as we know it today began to take form in the latter half of Rosco’s hundred year history under the leadership of Stan Miller. Read on…