The Greatest Show On Earth
Rex Mundi / Channel 4
Graham Day is a United Kingdom, London based Director of photography and Lighting Cameraman working on all formats including: 35mm and 16mm Film, Digi-beta, HD, DVCam and Solid State. Graham Day has photographed Drama, Documentary, Commercials and Corporate productions. His company is called Gfilm Limited which provides Crew and equipment including Sony, Panasonic, HD & Solid State shooting packages, and Arriflex film shooting packages for United Kingdom and International Television & Film Production.
KUMBH MELA: The Greatest Show On Earth.
Kumbh Melas, in accordance with astrological cycles, take place every twelve years, but the Kumbh Mela 2001 has a special significance as it falls at a particularly auspicious alignment of the planets, occurring only once every 144 years. Hindus believe that this alignment radiates cosmic energy and transforms the waters of the Ganges into immortality-inducing nectar that first fell to Earth at the time of creation, according to Hindu Mythology. Millions of Hindu pilgrims arrive to bathe in the Ganges and celebrate their faith.
Broadcast by Channel 4 thruout January 2001, every day. Events that happened that day were edited on the site in Allahabad, India, uplinked to Channel 4 in London and broadcast after the Channel 4 evening news.
Royal Television Society: Craft and Design Awards, 2001,Multi-Camera.
Royal Television Society: Special Teamwork Award 2001.
BBC Asia Awards, Achievement in Media, 2001.Religious Broadcasting Awards, Premier Award, One World Media Awards, 2001. Certificate of Excellence for outstanding contribution to greater global understanding.
Director / Camera Team