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2016 New York City Drone Film Festival winners

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11 March 2016



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Source: nycdronefilmfestival.com

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The New York City Drone Film Festival’s mission is to help progress the art of aerial cinematography using drones. The 2016 festival had a very successful sophomore year.

Check out all the NYCDFF winning videos below.

Narrative: The Smallest Empire by Corridor Digital


Extreme sports: Afterglow: Lightsuit Segment by Sweetgrass Productions


Technical: Art of Shades ‘All Away’ by Pascal Anqutil & Colin Solal Cardo


Architecture: Greystone Rising by Jody Johnson (GlidebyJJ)


Dronie: The Shark Drone by Behind the Mask


Featuring drones: Sparked: A Live Interaction between humans and quadcopters by Cirque Du Soliel, ETH Zurich & Verity Studios


Freestyle FPV: Abandonado by Carlos Puertolas (Charpu)


Landscape: Wild Scotland by John Duncan


News & Documentary: Hidden Worlds: Son Doong Cave by Good Morning America


Showreel: Skynamic


X-Factor: Dance Crazy by Wild Rabbit Production


Still Photography: Al Marmoum Camel Racing by Shoayb Khattab


Audience Choice Award: Dronie Proposal by Tarsicio Sanudo


Best in Show: Afterglow Lightsuit Segment by Sweetgrass Productions



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