Ethan Hawke shot most of his forthcoming biopic with DJI gear

‘Blaze’ tells the story of a troubled country singer through the eye of drones and the DJI Osmo.

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Ethan Hawke’s forthcoming biopic, Blaze, sees the actor make the move from center stage to the director’s chair. The movie tells the story of the late country and western artist Blaze Foley, and is being filmed in almost entirely with DJI products. That doesn’t mean most of the movie is filmed from the air, though. DJI drones are part of the production, but the company’s non-flying camera gear, including the Osmo RAW and the Ronin DSLR stabilizer, were used extensively throughout the production. DJI was at SXSW in Austin to talk about its involvement in the film — all part of its DJI Creative Studio initiative.

Foley’s story is peppered with misfortune and tragedy. Most notably, his untimely death at just 40 years old, after a neighbor’s son shot him in the chest. Couple this with a period in his life known as “the missing years” and a musical influence that reaches luminaries such as Willie Nelson, and you essentially have a biopic that writes itself. Except, this one was written by Hawke and Blaze’s former sweetheart, Sybil Rosen. Hawke approached Rosen about the project after reading her own telling of Foley’s story in the book “Living in the Woods in a Tree.”

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Woolpert Adds 4 UAS Pilots to Growing Fleet, Expands Applications

Woolpert uses UAS to monitor the construction phase of a 500-foot runway extension at Paoli (Ind.) Municipal Airport.Dayton, Ohio (March 15, 2017) — Woolpert has increased its pool of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) pilots by four, it was announced today. Kris Froiland, Ethan Schreuder, Joel Doughty and Rich Gerdeman join Woolpert’s expanding team of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) commercial UAS/drone certification resources.

These new UAS pilots bring the firm’s total to five and are located at four of the national architecture, engineering and geospatial (AEG) firm’s 23 locations—Chicago, Denver, Dayton and Columbia, S.C., where the firm also is establishing UAS hubs.

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New rules for flying recreational drones in Canada revealed

Recreational drone users can’t fly higher than 90 metres or at night or they’ll face fines

Transport Minister Marc Garneau announces new safety restrictions on recreational drones at Billy Bishop airport in Toronto on Thursday.

Transport Minister Marc Garneau announces new safety restrictions on recreational drones at Billy Bishop airport in Toronto on Thursday. (Frank Gunn/Canadian Press)

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