Brandon Lane the talented director of “Alfredo Tomato” has posted the episode “What if I miss” on youtube!
Gabrielle was proud to play her role as “Gabie”. In this episode, Alfredo wins a bike! Now, he’s just got to learn what a bike is. Also, Rusty gets recruited to Gabie’s baseball team and is a little nervous for his first game.
This was a wonderful project to be on, and I am glad the project continues now so it will be accessible to everyone! To watch, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cT9KU8w1NDY&feature=youtu.be
Vidéo Femmes, the official distributor of Along the Road, has organized public projections of their favorite short films across the province of Quebec. Gabrielle is pleased to learn that Along the Road is part of the 12 short films that VF has selected.
Along the Road will be playing on:
- March 7th, at the Cinéma Paraloeil in Rimouski www.paraloeil.com
- March 8th in Quebec City at the Cinéma Le cercle www.le-cercle.ca
Gabrielle Nadeau and Chuck Taylor are excited to officially announce today that SkyMotion Video has been contracted by the award-winning documentary production company “Clearwater Documentary” for a 16 month production schedule which will take the team accross the globe. The production, “Human: Miracle of a Species” is a three-part documentary series which will originally broadcast in 2015 in Canada on CBC’s “The Nature of Things”, and in the USA on PBS’s “NOVA”. Produced, and directed by gemini-winning filmmaker, and Cambridge-trained anthropologist Niobe Thompson, “Human: Miracle of a Species” promises to be a visually spectacular television event.
Gabrielle will be the remote controlled camera operator for all aerial of this documentary series, as well as field sound recordist. Our first shoot this year will be in some of the remotest parts of the Siberian Arctic, and other locations will likely include (Namibia, Sudan, South Africa, New Guinea, Thailand, Phillipeans, Hawaii, Greenland, Australia, and many more). We look forward to keeping you all updated on our adventures over the following 16 months!
Gabrielle Nadeau and husband cinematographer Chuck Taylor have been filming with their aerial unit during New Year’s Eve. While the world celebrated this festive occasion, SkyMotion Video, Gabrielle and Chuck’s company (www.skymotionvideo.com) was once again out shooting for Discovery Channel’s “Pyros – Season 2″. This time, the team was in Quebec City, bracing the cold blizzard to cover the pyrotechnic setup and show which brought in the new year for the city.
It’s been a good year for both the company and for our short film Along the Road. 2013 is looking to be filled with projects, and hopefully brand new creations to hit the festival circuit.
Happy New Year!!!
My dear hometown Pintendre had a lovely article written about me, my life as a filmmaker, my roots from Pintendre, my achievements and future projects. Thank you Diane Robertson, for a lovely and very generous article.
Along the Road was selected for two Quebec Film Festivals; the 2nd edition of the Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec (Quebec City Film Festival) playing from the 13th to the 23rd of September 2012, as well as during the 30th edition of the Festival International de Cinéma Jeunesse de Rimouski, from the 23rd to the 30th of September.
September is truly the month for “Along the Road” to be seen in my hometown province of Quebec! Thank you to Vidéo Femmes, distributor of Along the Road, for believing in this short film.
Written by Nathalie St-Pierre, the article in the Lévis Newspaper “Le Peuple” presents Gabrielle Nadeau’s short film, her attendance at the Female Eye Film Festival and of course, her award for Best Short Film.
SkyMotion Video is Chuck and Gabrielle’s new business, providing aerial cinematography services through state-of-the-art remonte control technologies. Here is our business lauch : our first aerial demo reel! Including castles from Spain and the UK, shots from the upcoming feature “Paper.Scissors.Stone” and motocross sporting events such as the Motocross Challenge Quebec.
Photo: young actress Alysia Corapi (left) and Gabrielle Nadeau (right)
On Sunday June 24th, Along the Road, Gabrielle’s latest live action short film, screened at the Carlton Cinema in Toronto as the closing short film for the 10th annual Female Eye Film Festival. Invited by Leslie Ann Coles, the festival director, Gabrielle, accompanied by her young actress Alysia Corapi [plays Jules], faced the audience to introduce the film and answer a few questions. “Along the Road” was followed by the wonderful closing feature “Union Square”, directed by Nancy Savoca.
After the screening, it was time for the award ceremony. Out of the 49 short films that were selected in this year’s festival, “Along the Road” was awarded “Best Short Film” for 2012. The win was a huge honor for Gabrielle who took the opportunity to thank her entire crew for their generosity and time, and the festival for their wonderful support.
SkyMotion Video has had an article published in the Journal de Lévis titled “A young business takes off” [Une jeune entreprise prend son envol]. In the article, the journalist Andrée Boulanger describes Chuck and Gabrielle’s artistic background and their input in the Lévis community. Starting as freelancers filmmakers, the team hold diversed positions in the film industry such as director, producer, lighting technician and cinematographer, up to the point where they have decided to develop their new business idea of aerial cinematography. To do so, they have attended diverse trainings such as six months on a flight simulator, as well as flight theory courses, and have received the support of the BDC (Bank of development of Canada), RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) and the FJP grant (Fonds Jeune Promoteur) to get their new buisness growing. Having decided to establish their head office in Lévis, SkyMotion Video not only offers local services in their home region of Lévis and Quebec city, but as well as Toronto and Montreal.
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