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Cooke Optics Limited is known worldwide for precision, exacting tolerances and superior quality in the design and manufacture of motion picture lenses since 1893.
Phone: +1 44 (0)116 264 0700 / +1 973 335 4460
Contact: Alison Greene
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Cooke Speed Panchro Lenses
Introduced: 1927
Discontinued: 1965
The now legendary Speed Panchro f/2.0 lenses were the first lenses used to shoot sound pictures in Hollywood (1927) and are still used today for The Cooke Look. By 1930, the S1 lenses = 24, 28, 32, 35, 40, 47, 50, 58, 75, 100 and 108mm. In 1945, S2 lenses covered 0.723x0.980 inch format; 18, 25, 32, 40, 50 and 75mm. 1953-54, S3 lenses were redesigned 18mm and 25mm S2s to achieve larger angular field of 80 degrees at f/1.7 to address wide screen.

Whiplash   (2014)

Country | USA

Running Time | 106 Minutes
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Directed by | Damien Chazelle | Cinematography by | Sharone Meir | Editing by | Tom Cross
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Bohemian Rhapsody   (2018)

Country | UK, USA

Running Time | 134 Minutes
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Directed by | Bryan Singer | Cinematography by | Newton Thomas Sigel | Editing by | John Ottman
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Cat and Mouse   (2015)

Green Room   (2015)

Country | USA

Running Time | 95 Minutes
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Directed by | Jeremy Saulnier | Cinematography by | Sean Porter | Editing by | Julia Bloch
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Country | UK, Canada, USA

Running Time | 92 Minutes
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Directed by | Robert Eggers | Cinematography by | Jarin Blaschke | Editing by | Louise Ford
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Carol   (2015)

Country | UK, USA

Running Time | 118 Minutes
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Directed by | Todd Haynes | Cinematography by | Edward Lachman | Editing by | Affonso Gonçalves
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Country | Italy

Directed by | Stefano Pasetto | Cinematography by | Paolo Bravi | Editing by | Alessio Doglione
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Ventoux   (2015)

Country | Netherlands

Running Time | 108 Minutes
Directed by | Nicole van Kilsdonk | Cinematography by | Anton Mertens | Editing by | Moek de Groot
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Maestro   (2014)

Country | France

Running Time | 81 Minutes
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Directed by | Léa Fazer | Cinematography by | Lucas Leconte | Editing by | Jean-François Elie
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If I Stay   (2014)

Country | USA

Running Time | 107 Minutes
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Directed by | R.J. Cutler | Cinematography by | John de Borman | Editing by | Keith Henderson
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Inherent Vice   (2014)

Country | USA

Running Time | 148 Minutes
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Directed by | Paul Thomas Anderson | Cinematography by | Robert Elswit | Editing by | Leslie Jones
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Mr. Turner   (2014)

Country | UK, France, Germany

Running Time | 150 Minutes
Directed by | Mike Leigh | Cinematography by | Dick Pope | Editing by | Jon Gregory
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Country | Romania

Running Time | 132 Minutes
Directed by | Iosif Demian | Cinematography by | Valentin Popescu
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La disparition   (2012)

Country | France

Running Time | 97 Minutes
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Directed by | Jean-Xavier de Lestrade | Cinematography by | Isabelle Razavet | Editing by | Sophie Brunet, Julie Decondé, Gaëlle Perroteau
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Cinéman   (2009)

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Amstel   (2012)

Country | Netherlands

Running Time | 10 Minutes
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Directed by | Jaap van Eyck | Cinematography by | Dirk-Jan Kerkkamp | Editing by | Elsbeth Kasteel
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Officer Down   (2013)

Country | USA

Running Time | 110 Minutes
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Directed by | Richard Bakewell | Cinematography by | Chun Ming Huang
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