Drone company Cloudbreaker releases short film on revival of Trinity Bight
The welcome professional drone operating company CloudBreaker received during a trip to Trinity Bight this summer has led to a short film about the area’s renaissance.
The film, called “Keep the Lights On,” is about the region’s revitalization as told by some of the people who have built lives and businesses in the area in recent years.
The company’s initial plan was to capture some scenic aerial shots.
“We had intended to take a pseudo-vacation and just spend some or our time in the region shooting some footage of the coast during favourable weather,” Jon Sturge, CloudBreaker’s creative director and media specialist, said in a press release.
“We received such a warm reception once we arrived that we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to capture these fantastic stories.”
John Fisher of Fishers’ Loft Inn, Alicia MacDonald and Sonja Mills of Port Rexton Brewing, and Dave and Kim Paddon of the English Harbour Arts Centre are featured in the film.
CloudBreaker offers aerial photography, videography, inspections and commercial consulting services.
To watch the video, go to vimeo.com/240642893, or go to The Packet website, www.thepacket.ca.