7 minute film excerpt of the Docudrama "Colours of the Sky" - a film about the fascination with flight. In addition to impressive aerial shots, the film shows flight from the human perspective. As the film accompanies three sports enthusiasts driven by a search for the freedom of flight, it shows why fulfilling one's dreams is so important. Full Movie on DVD and Blu-ray: http://shop.coloursofthesky.com
Film by Alexandre Jesus promoting the Azores and the Paragliding Festival organized by the Clube Asas de São Miguel. Presented at the 38th edition of the Coupe Icare in St. Hilaire for the first time. The Archipelago of the Azores is composed of nine volcanic islands situated in the North Atlantic Ocean, and is located about 1,500 km (930 mi) west of Lisbon and about 1,900 km (1,200 mi) southeast of Newfoundland.
A Paragliding adventure in the Dolomites filmed with a Chase Cam setup. If you are interested in getting a chase cam like it made just get in touch either via comment, email or http://www.skyadventures.com.au/. Cheers, Airie
Hanging from 1mm thick kevlar lines and ripstop nylon, I take my paraglider on an adventure deep into pure Canadian wilderness, near Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada. Filmed during the 2012 Canadian National Paragliding Championship.
Bloopers from the Paragliding World Cup Superfinal 2011, held in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, 24 January 2012 to 4 February 2012. 120 of the best paraglider pilots in the world met for two weeks of excellent flying in the heart of Mexico. Filmed by Herminio Cordido.
AETHERA CARPERE: is the latin standing for: walking / choose your path / flying. In this short film we like to share some moments of our life. Follow us through our journeys with good friends, great landscapes and a lots of impressions from our 10 days trip through Switzerland. Skywalk Paragliders - http://www.skywalk.info Camera, cut & edit by: WOOProductions. Music: Data Romance - Night Section
Here's a short collection of close calls. Starting in 2011. These are just the ones on film. Some of my best ones have been off film. Rest assured I learn fairly quick :) Hope you enjoy the short video.