Replica Hamilton KHAKI PILOT PIONEER ALUMINIUM H80495845 watch
Movement: Self Winding/Automatic
Quality: Japanese AAA
Watch Clasp: Militray Nato strap
Glass: Sapphire Crystal
Dial Color: blue
Richard Mille Watches Replica I recently attended an interesting award ceremony called the Hamilton Behind The Camera Awards. For about 5 years so far, Hamilton has been holding this event here in LA to honor people behind the scenes. The awards are presented by actors to the people who help make them look good.
Hamilton has been working with Hollywood since the early 1950s. The first movie they were reportedly in was called The Frogmen – about naval divers. I hear that since then Hamilton watches have been featured in about 400 movies and shows. Hamilton is more than just an entertainment industry sponsor. Their history with Hollywood has often included producing custom watches for movies. This is where Hamilton works in coordination with the property master (prop master) to produce watches that fit certain needs for the film. Examples of this include watches for movies in Men in Black and I am Legend, as well as many others over the years. Other times Hamilton works with wardrobe people to produce period style watches or just helps them find good watches to place on actors.
Hublot Masterpiece Watches I don’t know if there is a definitive list of all the movies and shows Hamilton has been involved with, but there is a rather extensive list of many of them on Hamilton’s website right here. Most of those are from the last 20 years, but it is a good list to look at because it indicates the movie, the actor, and the watch. For more images and info there are fan sites out there with more details – though nothing super comprehensive.
The Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards drew quite a list of guests and presenters. Hamilton works with a series of consultants and industry insiders to choose the categories, the nominees, and award recipients. Here is a bit more info on the awards include the categories that they choose award recipients for. The event was fun, and what I really liked was the intimate nature of it. It was more dinner party style rather than formal event. Plus, since it wasn’t televised, the award presenters and recipients were more free to speak frankly, apply humor, and just generally have a good time. Guests I was happy to see there included JJ Abrams, Michael Bay, Jon Favreau, John Hamm, Antonio Banderas, Christoph Waltz (super cool guy), and of course Harrison Ford (who has a long standing relationship with Hamilton and was there wearing his own Khaki watch).
Richard Mille RM 069 replica I truly believe that watches in moves get more people excited about cool watches. It does for me at least. The number of websites and books out there dedicated to the topic should be proof enough. Hamilton does it right much of the time. Working closely with the people who make the films to become involved with the process and having a long history with Hollywood. That takes a lot more effort and dedication than just paying for placement. Keep a close eye on wrists in the movies people.Watchnerds checking out Shadow Recruit will surely notice a couple of interesting watch placements courtesy of Hamilton watches. Hamilton’s watches can be seen in so many movies, including on Ryan Reynolds in Buried, Mark Wahlberg in The Italian Job, and more recently Jai Courtney in A Good Day to Die Hard. My clearest memory of a Hamilton in anything that I watched closely has to be the Khaki King worn by Hugh Laurie in the early seasons of House MD, where the King’s large day and date display make it easy to spot and I always thought it was a great choice for that character.Not only does Hamilton actively use movies to better highlight, explain and feature their watches, they are also active in supporting and recognizing filmmakers through their annual Behind the Camera Awards (BTCA). The BTCAs honour the off-screen roles that make our favourite movies a reality. From Set Designers, Editors, Writers and Directors, Hamilton’s now seven-year-old event pays some long-overdue attention to those that make movies possible, because it takes a huge team of people to build the world in which an actor can perform.