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August 17th, 2017
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The UTT Aviation Campus, Aerial Videography and 4K technology, all in one blog post!

The year 2015, proved to be an exciting year for Basillai Entertainment Limited, with a number of new clients and projects, our team seized every opportunity to challenge our abilities and top our recent best works.

One area of growth came in the form of a production, focused on the creation and establishment of the UTT aviation Institute. Stylized to act as both a hangar and a classroom, the main building would be hardwired to the soon to be installed Boeing aircraft, donated by FedEx to the Trinidad and Tobago Government, then vested to the care of the National University.

As the production team, we were tasked with capturing more than the completion and opening of the Institute, but the feature hoped to uncover the excitement and preserve the sense of national pride, in the realization of a long sought after dream of the creation of a local aviation industry.

The feature was to be produced as a mix of interviews, supporting scenes, staged scenes in the cockpit of the Boeing aircraft; and most exciting of all, the crew had to track the arrival of the aircraft from the ground and the air.

On the day of the aircraft’s flight to the Camden Airstrip in Couva, one member of our crew Aaron Mohammed, was deployed to capture the excitement on the ground while another of our Operators, JP Pouchet and production manager Denise Paponette, boarded a National Helicopter Services aircraft. The airborne crew had the enviable task of following the aircraft’s approach in a helicopter, from a safe distance. The end result of that footage was brilliant and brought a new dimension to our productions, by adding aerial video to our production toolkit.

Not to be outdone, this production also utilized “drone videography” for the first time in our company and the introduction of 4K technology. This was the first of our corporate features to have these benefits and demonstrated our commitment and ability to get the necessary shots our clients expect for their features.

Completed on budget, and in time for the launch of the Aviation Center, after keeping pace with its construction for months, the feature stands as a new stage in our work and the quality of professional work we invest into each production we undertake. After this success, we now proudly look forward to the next challenge and to continually taking our services to new heights….pun intended.

 



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