AERIAL FILM CLUB (AFC) is a company created in June 2014, summing up the know-how and the experience of skilled and highly qualified personnel connected to aerial film productions. AFC can supply all over Europe the new stabilization system Shotover F1, designed for use on helicopters, ground vehicles, watercraft and almost anything that moves.
Shotover F1 is designed and produced by Shotover, a developer of high performance aerial camera systems for the motion picture and broadcast industries, headquartered in New Zealand.
Aerial Film Club offers tailored solutions and supporting services, including specialized operators, consultancy on aerial filming, ranging from the type of helicopter to the best locations, contacts with helicopter companies, cinematography, direction, production and co-production of aerial films of any kind.
Furthermore, the company offers a stunt coordination service, in partnership with stuntman Franco Maria Salamon and his company Seals.
Recently AFC supplied the aerial shooting for: the opening of Expo 2015, the TV series “Entdeckung/decouverte”, the documentaries “Viaggio nel cuore del Rinascimento”, “Stelvio. Crossroads of Peace” (produced by Alpenway and awarded with the first prize for the best documentary film at the Tourfilm Karlovy), the films “Firenze e gli uffizi 3D/4K” and “San Pietro e le Basiliche Papali di Roma 3D/4K” produced by SkyTV.
MEMBERS OF THE “CLUB”
LUCA GREGUOLI VENINI
First Assistant/Aerial Technician
Aerial Film Club has a supporting partnership with:
Elikos, a helicopter company specialized in aerial filming headquartered in Ortisei (Bolzano).
Pilots: Gabriel & Markus Kostner.
Aerial Perspectives, an Austrian company operating in Northern Europe and all over the world. Aerial Cinematographer &
Operator: Irmin Kerck.
Additional partners are:
CINENANE GROUP a long-standing company that has been providing equipment and services for television and cinema for more than 30 years.
PIUMAWORLD, specialised in the design and production of specific equipment and technology, such as remote heads, dollies and track systems for the entertainment industry: cinema, television, events, sports and multimedia.