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Perhaps the most widely-received, and definitely
the most fun to produce, this video
features sequences representing over 30 of the most popular air show acts in the industry
today. Turn your speakers up; this is rock 'n roll air show heaven!
Another "music video" project for the air show community,
this video also features some of the most popular air show acts and some hot
music as well.
This video was produced to showcase the
benefits of the Freedom Jet's Local Sponsorship Marketing Assistance Program
to airshow organizers and producers. Shot mainly on location during actual promotional
activities conducted by the Freedom Jet Team, footage also includes sequences of airshow
performances shot from the ground and from various aircraft-mounted camera positions.
Matt Chapman is a personal friend, and the hottest pilot
we've worked with. Catch his aerobatics, which brought the United States to
medal status in the World Aerobatic Championships...
The Toyota AirSports video is a departure from the usual performer marketing tape. In
this sequence, you'll find a 1-minute short designed to be aired in local TV markets the
week before the airshow. We actually produced some 30 versions of this tape, each
customized for a specific airshow market. Naturally, the tape also features some
very awesome flying.
Catch another look at the fabulous Freedom Jet, this time
showcased on the popular "extreme" television show, Real TV.
This group of television commercials was produced from "stock" TNT Photo
footage, with different voice-overs to customize the ads for three large
and well-known Midwest air shows. Air Michigan
is a 30-second spot for the air show. CASPA
is another 30-second spot produced to highlight the Competition Air Show
Pilots' Association event in Dayton at the US Air and Trade
This 30-second television commercial for a national
bottled water company was shot on film and transferred to video for editing. The spot aired
extensively and was written up as a "hot item" in a Detroit daily
newspaper feature column.
This one-song cut from a showcase video produced to market the band
"Jimmy Smythe and the Cry" to
a national record producers was shot on location with 3 cameras and mixed live during a
Detroit nightclub performance.