Cymak’s production stands have always been at the forefront of the digital revolution.
Their unique technology allows you to have a complete digital production in real time with the power to set and cut.
But the company has also taken its production and editing technology to a whole new level.
“We’re now making digital movies, which we were doing for the last 30 years,” says Cymack.
“But we’ve got a production stand that can be set up anywhere in the world and can be fully automated.
It’s like having an entire production.
You can actually create a whole movie on your own.”
Cymaks has already created the biggest production stand yet.
The company, which makes digital content for studios, production houses, and TV networks, has created a prototype stand that is ready for a production.
The stand, which will be shown at the Cannes Film Festival, is a complete film with digital editing tools and editing facilities.
It can be setup anywhere in Australia and the UK.
And if you’re in Australia, you can see it on Cymakis’ website and at the Cymacks booth in the Cannes film festival.
Cymaker’s new digital production stand will allow filmmakers to create a complete movie on the spot, and with minimal input from a professional.
It will also be used to create digital short films.
The first production, Cymakers The New Year’s Day, was shot entirely on location in Brisbane.
And its creators say they are now aiming to produce more content in 2017.
“Our aim is to produce three films by 2017,” says co-founder and chief executive, James McElwee.
“There will be five films in total.
And each film will have its own unique story, and we’ll all have a story to tell.
It might be a romantic comedy, it might be about a family reunion, or it might have a horror theme.
We’ll have different ideas for how we want to tell our story.”
Cyril Denniston, Cynak’s film editor, says it is a big step for Cymakeys technology.
“This is the first time that we’ve been able to do this and we can’t wait to see what the future will bring,” he says.
So we were a bit lost and lost and really just a bit confused about it. “
When we were in production, we couldn’t get to grips with all the digital stuff.
We were able to see that it was a very natural way of doing things and it was actually quite liberating.” “
And so we came up with Cymaku.
We were able to see that it was a very natural way of doing things and it was actually quite liberating.”
And it has helped Cymaki create a unique and sustainable way of running their business.
“What we’ve done with Cynaku is give back to the community, to the people who love to film, to film makers, to filmmakers, to artists,” he explains.
“If you’re interested in making films and want to be part of a project, Cysamak has got you covered.”
Cynakeys digital production, editing and distribution company is a small operation, which runs on Cynakhs computers.
“So it’s really small compared to most other production companies,” he said.
“For the first few months we had about a dozen people working for us.
But now we have about 150 people on the payroll and we’re able to have people in our office all the time.”
The main thing is to make sure that people have a lot of confidence in our processes, and that people are given good support from the business.
“I would love to hire people to make a couple of films. “
People that are working on projects that are a little bit more ambitious than ours, maybe we’ll have to get more people,” he added.
“I would love to hire people to make a couple of films.
I would love people to be in our offices all the day.”
For more information, or to make an appointment, call Cymaky on 1800 737 933.
Cynaky is available for a one-off fee of $4,500.