Welcome to the site of Spectacle Cinema films ! Videography and Cinematography in London,Ontario
Thanks for visiting. Here you will find the work of videographer, Michael Kovach. Many years ago, I discovered a passion for video and the equipment used to collect high quality video and images. Unfortunately, at the time, video equipment was very expensive and really prohibited the consumer from attaining broadcast quality without leasing or purchasing expensive equipment. With today’s technology, there are many recorders available that reach broadcast quality and beyond and that equipment is attainable. Equipment is only part of the story. A videographer needs to tell your story using collected images and sound. They need to be able to express emotions using music, sound and visuals. This is where my work begins. I started as a volunteer at the London,Ontario local RogersTV station a few years ago. Volunteering sparked interest in videography I had laying dormant for several years to the point where I have built this site to let others know that I would love to help you. I want to tell stories and save memories.
When you have an event you want recorded or documented, Spectacle Cinema is here to capture, edit and publish your event online so it is available for other family members, friends colleagues and partners to view. There is no other medium as flexible as video to show your talents, creations, products and tutorials.
Spectacle Cinema creates movies with a film-like quality and uses cinematic shooting techniques to express the concepts and ideas of the originator.
What’s New ?
Take a look at this heartwarming story of Stevenson Children's camp, and how the camp enriches the lives of local children. If you want to help and donate please see http://www.stevensonchildrenscamp.ca/Donations.asp
London Head Massage Promo Spectacle Cinema just completed a short promo video for London Head Massage, http://www.londonheadmassage.com You can check it out below and book a head massage. They are wonderful!!
2015 Absolute Dance DVD's can now be pre-ordered online. Orders can also be placed at the recital practice April 25th or during the event on April 26th. If you missed out ordering last years 2014 DVD's. Please put in any order now, as we'll be closing down 2014 prior to the 2015 event on April 26th. If you don't have an order form, here is a copy you can print off and send it.
Spectacle Cinema announces the newest Film "Maple Miracles" - Join us for a story told by the Kinsmen and Kinettes of London, Ontario about the Kinsmen Fanshawe Suger Bush and why it is a great attribute for the community. Shot on the Sony A7s with 50mm 1.8, Canon C100/ Canon 24-70 f2.8 and Canon 5D mark iii
Well there is a lot of new film on the Spectacle Cinema site. I’ve actually been so busy I haven’t had time to post all the new films. The latest and greatest is Ashley and Robert’s Wedding film from beautiful Chatham,Ontario! Please take a look at their wonderful day!
A new Real Estate film for 323 Colborne Street in London, ON
A New Real Estate Film for 82 Fourwinds Place in London, Ontario
From Sweet to Bittersweet
This is a film showing the McCormick's Beta Brand Building on Dundas Street in London,Ontario also known a "Sunshine Palace" . This building used to be a Iconic landmark, employing hundreds of workers. Now deserted, McCormick’s stands on a lonely street in the once bustling industrial hub of east London. Two companies – Allied Construction Corporation and Sierra Construction Limited – have expressed an interest in fixing up the building in east London. Someone please buy this building and fix it up! East London Needs this eyesore repaired! Shot on the Canon 5D Mark iii using Magic Lantern's RAW, Graded in Davinci Resolve using BMC Film and Hunter's 5D3 to Arri Alexa LUT profile with and editing in Premiere CC
A short film of highlights from the 2nd annual Argyle "Art in the Park" festival at Kiwanis Park in London,Ontario, Canada on Saturday August 24th. The festival collects local artisans and musicians to showcase their talents in the beautiful Kiwanis Park setting. Shot using Canon 70D and 18-135 F3.5-5.6 IS STM lens on Glidecam HD2000, Rode Videomic Pro. Edited on Adobe Premiere CC by Michael Kovach of Spectacle Cinema, London,ON