Synopsis by Steve Blackburn
This documentary features renowned aerial coordinator Marc Wolff giving away tricks used for Hollywood's gusty helicopter shots and dangerous aerial "dogfights." Highlights include footage of Wolff setting up and coordinating aerial stunt shots for the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and for Cliffhanger (1993). Also included are clips of aerial stunt work involving various aircraft, including biplanes, jets, and hot air balloons. Wolff flew helicopters in Vietnam during the war and then became one of the most sought-after film pilots.
aerial, filmmaker, stunt-flying, stuntperson