Chronicling the international attractions industry (parks, museums, casinos, expos, live spectaculars, 4D theaters, performing arts centers, retail, etc.) in terms of design, technology, media, development, safety and more. By Judith Rubin, top editor, publicist and consultant in themed entertainment. I also write occasionally about topics of St Louis.
13 September 2017
Flying Dreams attraction at Ferrari Land represents a media production breakthrough in the use of drones for large format dome cinema
“Flying Dreams” represents a breakthrough in the use of drones for specialty cinema. From the first test of equipment in the field, to the international shoot in six countries, to the last pixel in post production, the media production team led by Mousetrappe faced and overcame a series of unique challenges.
The “Flying Dreams” media production team is a who’s who of specialty cinema and special venue attractions, helmed by Mousetrappe, with Daren Ulmer (director) and David Briggs (writer), Don MacBain (producer), Sean Phillips (director of photography), Ken Saba (editor), Rick Rothschild (consultant); Jon Baker and Bruce Broughton (music and sound) and Muse VFX (visual effects).
“Flying Dreams” is a new flying theater attraction in the Ferrari Experience building at the new Ferrari Land, a third gate that opened in April 2017 at the PortAventura theme park destination resort near Barcelona. “Flying Dreams” serenely soars over world landmarks and swoops down to spotlight 11 different models of Ferrari GT™.