Calor Gas Ad

Calor Gas Ad

This is a link to the Calor ad shot in Enniscorthy a few months ago.  Shout out to Max FIlms.  Aerial Filming Ireland supplied the Cinestar for the aerial shots.  The ad is #4,5 or 6 in the playlist.... read more
Movi Dick….Meet Black Magic!

Movi Dick….Meet Black Magic!

The new BlackMagic pocket camera arrived today.  Off out to test it on the copter with the Movi.  The goal is Pro Res imaging with enhanced flying times.  Lets see if it... read more
Something’s Up With The GPS!

Something’s Up With The GPS!

While on a golf course shoot on Thursday 9th January, Steve ran into a bit of a problem while the copter was in the air….it behaved oddly and started spinning out of control. Quick thinking on his part prevented it from nose diving into the 9th hole. Baffled, he arrived home and promptly started to forensically examine the Cinestar but there was no apparent damage.  Later, the day’s headlines provided the answer. ‘Major solar flare delays Antares space mission’ Irish Independent, January 9th 2014 What’s great for the Northern Lights is not so great for the UAV!... read more
Turn It On!

Turn It On!

Freefly Movi Event being held at Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge on December 4th starting at 3:00pm. Light refreshments & music. Bar opens 5pm. Mōvi demos @ 4.00/6.30/8.00 Also showcasing:Cinestar Octocopter Red Scarlett, Sony F5, Canon C300 Kessler Motion Control Systems Canon & Zeiss Cine Prime Lenses Dollies, cranes & much more. Free raffle with a top prize of €1,000 against equipment rental. Contact us if you would like to come along... read more
IFTN Article Nov 28th 2013

IFTN Article Nov 28th 2013

  Aerial Filming Ireland to Debut Freefly MŌVI this 4th Dec 28 Nov 2013 : By Kevin Cronin Steven Flynn and Susan Talbot of Aerial Filming demonstrate Ireland’s first MŌVI equipped drone. Aerial Filming Ireland, newly-founded by husband & wife team Steven Flynn and Susan Talbot, is pushing the boundaries of film technology with Ireland’s first MŌVI equipped drone, capable of flying high-end cameras while delivering ultra-stable footage for TV and film productions. Their flagship remote controlled camera rig has already soared under a bridge for Max Films; over the Hill of Tara for the History Channel; moved through a glass corridor as the subject of an art installation in Donegal and over Rosses Point in Sligo for a Fastnet Films documentary. Both Steven and Susan see this as just the beginning, a demonstration of the potential of aerial technology for Irish filmmakers. Ahead of an industry gathering called ‘Turn It On’, hosted in partnership with Film Equipment Hire Ireland and scheduled for Bewley’s Hotel in Ballsbridge this 4th Dec, Steve and Susan spoke to IFTN about their career paths to date, the origins of the company and the cutting-edge technology involved. ‘We have one heavy-lift helicopter capable of lifting camera rigs as large as the Epic,’ Steven explained. ‘Back in April, I was at the head of the queue for the Freefly MōVI – which has taken the market by storm in terms of technology. It’s a revolutionary camera stabiliser and we received it a little over a month ago. They gave us the chance to engrave it, so Susan picked the name…’ ‘MōVI-Dick! But you can call... read more