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Teneighty is proud to announce the successful completion of WATER, a new documentary film by Edward Burtynsky and the team that brought you Manufactured Landscapes.  The two week shoot traversed all of South China from east to west. Using state of the art remote helicopters and the RED EPIC we captured never before seen grand scale views of industrial and rural China.

Teneighty Productions would like to thank 39 Degrees North for their supernatural creativity and execution of 1080’s new website. There will be much rejoicing and appropriate celebrations with meat, brew and maidens!




Teneighty is honoured to be working with renown fine art photographer, Edward Burtynsky on his latest global project, entitled WATER.This two year project will span the global exploring the numerous aesthetics of this vital resource. Teneighty and owner Noah Weinzweig have a 10 year working relationship with Burtynsky, having produced all his China work between 2002-2005,  as well as participating on subsequent project such as OIL.

Mar 2010


Aug 30th 2010

Ten Eighty is proud to be a part of the Emmy winning Visual Effects team for HBO’s “The Pacific.”  The series, which won a total of 8 Emmys including Outstanding Mini-Series for Television, is the largest made-for-tv series in the history of television, with a budget of US$120 million.

Ten Eighty worked closely with visual effects firm Base FX on the Peleliu landing sequence in Episode 5, which required filming a series of live explosions required for the sequence.  Ten Eighty sourced the Special Effects Supervisor, and produced all aspects of the live action shoot in Beijing, China.

“We couldn’t have done it without Noah,” said Chris Bremble, Visual Effects Supervisor for Base FX.  “He came through on a moments notice.  We had vacillated between cg and live action elements for a few weeks, and once we saw some tests, we knew it had to be live action.  I had Noah on the phone ten minutes later, and that weekend we were filming some massive explosions; we rolled three cameras on everything, and got more than necessary but just what we needed.  The day was one of the best I’ve had in production.”