Java Post Aerial Photography soars over Regina Beach for A.R.C.H.I.E. movie.
Topics: Java Blog
As you may have read previously on this website, Java Post Production, Trilight Entertainment, and Clairwood Capital Management are co-producing a movie in Saskatchewan, called A.R.C.H.I.E.
Starring Robin Dunne, Katherine Isabelle, Sarah Desjardins, Jonathan Whitesell, Farrah Aviva, Fred Ewanuick, and Cosmo (in the title role), A.R.C.H.I.E. is the story of a loveable rascal who's half dog, half robot, and totally awesome.
And, to add just a little extra awesome to the film (as if totally awesome wasn't enough), writer/director/actor Robin Dunne called the Java Post Aerial Photography team out to the Regina Beach film location last week to capture some aerial footage of the town, parts of which are standing in for "Deanewood," the setting for our story.
Across the street from where the crew is filming at the Blue Bird Café in Regina Beach, Saskatchewan, here is one of Java Post's UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) waiting for launch time. Not to be confused with "lunch time," which is what the film crew is waiting for.
And we have lift off!
While the "Java-copter" soars above the Blue Bird Café, several of the movie's cast act outside the store. We assume they are also trying to act like there's not a noisy camera-copter buzzing over their heads. This is why they get paid the big bucks.
It ain't Regina Beach without the "beach." Saskatchewan beaches are slightly different than Caribbean-style beaches. Fewer palm trees, for one thing. But that also means fewer coconut-falling-related head injuries. So everything balances out.
A lovely view of the marina at Regina Beach. You can almost see Fred Ewanuick's yacht from here. Just kidding! (His yacht is far too large for this lake.) :)
What did the people on the wooden platform over the water say when they saw our UAV hovering near them? "Dock!"
Again, just kidding. We have no idea what they said.
Part of green and verdant Regina Beach, stretching out towards the Saskatchewan horizon.
We're not sure how much of our aerial footage will end up in the final edit of A.R.C.H.I.E., but if they don't use this shot maybe we can sell it to the Regina Beach tourist bureau.
This lady was kind enough to give the camera a wave. By complete coincidence, so did her boat.
Someone from Regina Beach could probably tell us what this is. An ad for a barber convention, perhaps? Or maybe just a cool place to watch the sun setting over the lake. Well, whatever it is, we know it looks really good through the lens of our Java Post Aerial Photography UAV.
Watch for images like this when A.R.C.H.I.E. is released next year!
To see more examples of the work done by Java Post Aerial Photography, CLICK HERE.