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Teneighty is proud to have completed an 8 day shoot in Shanghai for INTEL with international commercial photographer, Andric (www.andric.com).

We would like to thank all known Gods and deities who conspired to provide record clear atmosphere with big blue skis and puffy white clouds. Unprecedented!

Teneighty Productions is pleased to have provided plate shots of Shanghai for the hyperactive opening scene of Hollywood blockbuster THIS MEANS WAR.

Teneighty producer, Noah Weinzweig, scouted and accessed one of the best rooftop views of Shanghai for the epic building jump in the opening scene.

Teneighty provided full production support for all of Samsara’s China filming and has received a producer credit for the work.

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Teneighty is honored to have produced the final scene for Oscar award winning producer Peter Fudakowski’s directorial debut – Secret Sharer. Utilizing Teneighty’s extensive industrial network in China, we secured one of the largest factories in the world for Peter’s epic movie ending. Congrats Peter – you deserve that cigar!

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 shoots its 4th BMW Television Commercial. Locked off an entire bridge in Beijing. As close to a miracle as you can come…

After 4 1/2 years in production, Samsara will have its World Premier at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 11, 2011!

Teneighty Productions is ecstatic about its involvement with the film and proud of the resulting imagery from the China shoots. It’s going to blow everybody away!

Congratulations, Mark and Ron!

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In yet another successful cooperation with 39 Degrees North, Teneighty provided full production services for new Mcdonalds spot, shot in Beijing.

The shoot was temporarily interrupted by the wrath of God mid-way through the production when the skies over Beijing opened up, without warning or advance forecast, and spilled an ocean full of water and one inch hail stones onto the city. Luckily this happened just before leaving the studio and ended in time to use the remaining day light to get our last exterior.