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StormStock




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Footage with impact, brilliance and DRAMA!

StormStock was founded in 1993 by award-winning cinematographer Martin Lisius for television and film professionals that demand only the best weather footage on the highest quality formats.

Clients can select material captured on Cine 4K, Super 35mm or HD video.

Specialities

Hurricanes, tornadoes, lightning, storm clouds, giant hail, microbursts, rain, flooding, stormy seas, blizzards, ice, climate change, drought and wildfires.

• The world’s premiere footage collection of Hurricane Katrina making landfall, including Super 35mm and HD footage shot by Martin Lisius.

• Rare and unique footage of tornadoes striking cities, or tracking through open country.

• Cinematic quality storms, skies and lightning on Cine 4K suitable for compositing.

Client List

ABC News, BBC, Chevrolet, Discovery Channel, Disney’s “Cinderella” and “Tomorrowland.”
Industrial Light & Magic, “Lucy,” McDonalds, Nike, Nissan, “The Giver,” Warner Bros. “Into the Storm.”

StormStock

Prairie Pictures’ StormStock
P.O. Box 122020
Arlington
TX
TX 76012
USA
Tel: 817-276-9500
Fax: 817-795-1132

Contact name: 
Martin Lisius
Email:  info@stormstock.com
Website:  www.stormstock.com



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