Drone com­pany Cloud­breaker re­leases short film on re­vival of Trin­ity Bight

The Packet (Clarenville) - - EDITORIAL - TRIN­ITY BIGHT, NL

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.

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