Drones and The Future of Movies
Drones and The Future of Movies If you’re a filmmaker on a credit-card budget, you probably can’t afford a helicopter to take those aerial shots of cityscapes and landscapes that big-budget filmmakers use to create a sense of panoramic grandeur. But you can afford the…
Ad Week: Drones in Film Production
Ad Week – Drones in Film Ever since Twitter used drones to create buzzy six-second videos at Cannes last year, the remote-controlled devices have ditched their reputation as weird flying gizmos the military uses in favor of one as a new marketing platform. And brands…
Alan Purwin
Aerial MOB sends condolences and prayers to the family and friends of Alan Purwin, Founder/Owner of HeliNet Aviation Services and Founder/Owner SHOTOVER Camera Systems.  His legacy and innovation in the film production industry was substantial and he will be greatly missed.
Panavision, Drone Company Aerial MOB Form Alliance
hollywoodreporter.com announcement SEPTEMBER 04, 2015 2:03pm PT by Carolyn Giardina Panavision will recommend Aerial MOB as their preferred drone company in the U.S. Aerial MOB — a provider of drone services for feature and TV production — has reached an agreement with Panavision through which…
CNN: Hollywood welcomes drones to the set
Until recently, drones couldn’t be used in the U.S. to film movies or TV shows. A change in FAA regulations gave Hollywood freedom to use drones on set. View the full article
Yahoo! Finance: Warner Bros. uses drone on ‘The Mentalist’ set, a Hollywood first
The weekend before Warner Bros. studios planned to make television history, the weather was not cooperating. In normally sunny California, there had been days of rain. Luckily, mother nature played ball. On December 15, 2014 the production team of “The Mentalist” was able to fly…
CNBC: Drones over Tinseltown
The FAA is now starting to allow the entertainment industry to use drones on movie sets, reports CNBC’s Julia Boorstin… View the full article
The Wrap: Hollywood’s Drone Invasion
he first FAA-approved flight with a drone lifted off earlier this week in the hills of Pasadena and now everyone from major studio executives to indie producers have their eyes trained upward to be next in the air… View the full article
Today: FAA grants 6 TV and movie companies permission to fly drones
The Federal Aviation Administration has granted six American production companies permission to fly commercial drones. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports… View the full article
FAA Approves Aerial MOB First Exemption Round
For Immediate Release FAA Link September 25, 2014 Contact: Les Dorr, Jr. or Alison Duquette Phone: (202) 267-3883 Six Companies Can Now Fly Small UAS Following FAA-approved Safety Procedures WASHINGTON – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced that the Federal Aviation Administration has granted…