Some of our favourite clips, spanning the experience of Navigation Films and our sister company Atlas Television.
Navigation Films recently filmed a corporate brand video for dnata. Filming spanned over four countries, which included Singapore, Zurich , London and Dubai.
The video was filmed with the brand new Sony F55, Go Pros and Time-lapses with the 5D Mark 11.
Directed by Mike Charlton. Produced by Irene Proimos DOP – David Capon
ABU DHABI AVIATION
A short corporate film produced for Timesand Studios/ Abu Dhabi Aviation. The brief was to highlight the wide variety of services that Abu Dhabi Aviation supply to the industry both in the UAE and wider afield.
Director: Mike Charlton
Producer: Beno Saradzic
In 2011, the United Arab Emirates celebrated its 40th anniversary. Various festivities, including a spectacular 9 minute light show illuminating The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, were held across the country in a build-up to celebrating National Day on 2nd December. Navigation Films captured these events on behalf Timesand Abu Dhabi and produced a 40 minute highlights edit for OBAD.
Shot on XD-CAM. Edited in FCP.
Filmed on the open waters of Fujairah, this promotional video for Jetpad features lots of high-speed action.
Shot on Sony F3. Edited in FCP.
Air Arabia Inflight Video
Air Arabia required a new in-flight safety video. In addition to complying with international safety standards, the new video had to be entertaining, communicating familiar content in a fresh way. The video was filmed on-board a freshly delivered Air Arabia Airbus A320 using a Sony F3 camera and Arri prime lenses. Post-production used Avid Media Composer for online and offline editing.
Ramadan Asateer Tent 2012
Atlantis The Palm contracted Navigation Films to film the launch of its Ramadan 2012 Asateer Tent. The event was marked by the appearance of a number of high-profile guests talking about their favourite Ramadan dishes. The edit showcases various sumptuous dishes prepared by top chefs, as well as the stylish interior that personifies the Asateer tent.
Shot on Canon 5D and edited in FCP. Distributed online.