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Legends of Flight -- In the hundred-year-plus history of aviation, truly radical new aircraft designs come along only once in a generation, and since the early '70s, there's been very little new in the skies...that is until now.


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LEGENDS OF FLIGHT is a film that will not only delight and entertain the aviation enthusiast but also... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Stephen Low 
Writing credits
Stephen Low (written by)

Produced by
Jan Baird .... executive producer
Robert Kresser .... executive producer
Stephen Low .... producer
Pietro L. Serapiglia .... producer
Original Music by
Michel Cusson 
Cinematography by
William Reeve 
Production Management
Michel Chauvin .... production manager
Jill Kasian .... post-production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Fabrice Barrilliet .... first assistant director
Art Department
Amanda Rosbrook .... dressing props
Sound Department
Steven Bechtold .... additional sound: Seattle
Michel B. Bordeleau .... supervising sound editor
Jenna Dalla Riva .... foley recording assistant
Ed Douglas .... sound editor
Ed Douglas .... sound re-recording mixer
Keith Elliott .... sound re-recording mixer
Marc Gagnon .... sound effects editor
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Cory Mandel .... sound re-recording mixer
Thierry Morlaas-Lurbe .... sound recordist
Kyle Peters .... narration recording engineer
Kyle Switzer .... sound editor
Peter Thillaye .... supervising sound editor
Lan Tran .... assistant sound editor
Visual Effects by
Marie-Eve Bedard-Tremblay .... visual effects coordinator
Benoit Blouin .... digital effects artist
Carl Gagnon .... lead modeler
Chris Kroitor .... digital production supervisor
Jonathan Laborde .... digital effects artist
Bruno-Olivier Laflamme .... digital effects artist
Pierre-Simon Lebrun-Chaput .... visual effects artist
Guillaume Mainville .... digital effects artist
Mario Rachiele .... visual effects supervisor
David Raymond .... visual effects artist
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... digital compositor
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... film recording
Fabrice Vienne .... animator
Yanick Wilisky .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Keith Bronsdon .... camera assistant
Jonathan Faber .... loader
Claude Fortin .... key grip
Cyril Girard .... electrician
Francis Hanneman .... assistant camera
Chris Kroitor .... digital imaging technician
Michael LePard .... set lighting technician
Ralph Mendoza .... aerial director of photography: SpaceCam
Collen Newberry .... grip
Dylan Reade .... camera operator
Editorial Department
Mathieu Barbeau .... post-production assistant
Jorge Zavagno .... post-production assistant
Location Management
Andre Gaudry .... location manager
Music Department
François Arbour .... score mixer
François Arbour .... score recording engineer
Kim Gaboury .... electronic music arranger
Martin Laniel .... music editor
Martin Laniel .... musician: piano
Hugo Mayrand .... orchestrator
Other crew
Michael Barnes .... financial legal services
Charles Heaphy .... production financing
Christine B. Picard .... production coordinator
Christine Rogers .... production coordinator
Barbara Terzieff .... production assistant

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A Nutshell Review: Legends of Flight, 29 May 2011
Author: DICK STEEL from Singapore

While Shaw's Lido is getting all the attention for its IMAX hall, one shouldn't forget another similar evolution happening to the West of our island where the Science Centre is, with its Omnimax theatre also retrofitted with a new seamless dome, meaning no more lines in between segments of the screen as experienced previously, and the result is simply great.

The title Legends of Flight is a little peculiar, given the use of the word Legends you'll probably under the impression that this has got something to do with the history of flight, and the milestones achieved through various recognizable aircrafts which leave their stamp of quality in air travel. Unfortunately that is not the case, and as this turned out it would be more appropriately named Boeing's Dreamliner 787, because essentially this is just about that, from conception of the idea right down to manufacture and test flights made, no doubt on the big screen which brings forth the sheer scale of such a project, and of the aircraft itself.

At least one got to peek inside Boeing's manufacturing facility, which is one of the largest building structures in the world having to roll off wide bodied aircraft from an assembly line, but as a trade off we have got to sit through some very strange recreation of board room drama where designers and engineers get to pretend once again what happened during the early years of their dreaming of a new, larger, and more efficient plane. It's also quite something to see how man's inspiration for flight, the bird, got to be studied a little more thoroughly to understand the mechanics of flight, and to adopt what little knowledge is gleaned to be incorporated into the design, as much as the Dreamliner goes.

To exploit the IMAX presentation, we get to at least see an airshow, as well as the flight of the Airbus A380, the largest commercial liner currently in operation. There's also the Harrier fighter jet that got showcased, but as mentioned, for its title, the number of aircraft on display was surprisingly woeful, if not for the technical details and behind the scenes look at the 787 conception. Some snazzy graphics and visual effects were utilized to spruce up the thin narrative that also had a side track to examine various propulsion units in striped down detail, but I have expected more from the film.

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