“We Love To Fly” is a Cinematic Paragliding Short Film in Austria and Italy Directed By Paul Doppler.
Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Paul Doppler
Music Composed by: Tor (“Heikki”)
Filmed in Bischling (Austria) and the Dolomites (Italy) by paragliding
pilots with teamfreestyle.at.
A cinematic short film story about life, happiness and mental strength starring ultra athlete Markku Saarinen. Narrated by Frank Boyle. Original music by Teea Aarnio.
Filmed and Directed by: Julius Koivistoinen
Voice-over recording: Ilari Sivil
Sound designer: Antti Rasi
Young Markku: Alexandros Staboulis
Make-up artist: Mari Sevonen
Assistant: Touko Tupola
Original songs by: Teea Aarnio
Original score written by Teea Aarnio
Produced by Juha Tuukkanen & Teea Aarnio
Behind the scenes: http://youtu.be/wJEQaHdyCFY
Paramotor is the perfect tool to pop over castles, slide into deep canyons, follow rivers from 4000 meters up or drag your feet 500 meters in a dark loch.
Directed By: Antonin Michaud-Soret
Producer: Ahstudio Filmmakers
Music By: Moaning Cities
Athletes: Pascal Campbell Jones, Mirron Antipov, Dean Edlridge, Sylvain Dupuis
“Is this the future for human transport? It’s a bit ‘Segway meets jetpack’ and it looks like probably the best way to get around, ever.
Throughout the deep and wild Scottish mountains, a bunch of new adventurers will discover the highland by the way of the air – by paramotor.”
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Directed and Filmed By: Will Taggart
Camera & Effects: Pascal Joubert, Wayne Phillips
Thinlines is a cinematic snowkite short documenting the last 2 months of the 2014 season. This video was shot at a number of places in the Jackson, Wy area including 3 Waters Mountain in the Wind Rivers, the Absaroka’s, the Buffalo Plateau, Togwotee, and a little Bondo. Many of these shots are documenting the first snowkite sessions ever in these locations.
We’re taking our filming and snowkiting to new places each time. We are excited to say that aside from the shot of lines in the intro there wasn’t a single tripod, glidecam, or slider used in this video. GoPro mounts on kites, skis, RC plane, and helmets. The DSLR was all filmed by hand. We are taking stabilization a step further with zen focus practice and proper editing. This may be one of the most cutting edge aspects of this film along with the snowkiting itself. This filming and editing technique will undoubtedly move to other expedition oriented sports since you can give a cinematic feel to a video with nothing but the camera and your hands in the backcountry.