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Where has your road taken you? Where are you willing to go next? No matter your journey, the new Mavic Air is a companion that will travel with you for sure.

Mavic Air is a new addition to what has now become the “Mavic family” of drones from DJI and it may very well be the coolest drone ever made. Song of myself is video through the lens of Walt Whitman’s. It shows you the destinations you can discover with the Mavic Air. Get on your road, take off, and let adventure unfold.

Did you ever imagine how it could be weightless in your daily life? Just flying from place to place, skimming over the city and amongst whole crowds. Weightless is the new Jean-Baptiste Chandelier, a movie that defies gravity, filmed all around the world.

The French pilot shows his skills and brings us along for the ride on an amazing journey around the world, from the French Alps to the coast of South Africa, the Azores islands and the beaches of Brazil. Chandelier is one of the pioneers of proximity flying, a paragliding discipline that requires extreme precision and allows him to fly in very tight spaces.

It's a amazing video, and will make you feel uplifted for sure. BTW the song in video is "My Silver Lining" by First Aid Kit.

In Summer 2017 filmspektakel company spent a week on Plose, a mountain in South Tyrol, Italy. In video above you can see stunning landscape of Dolomites.

Magical little lake with perfect reflections of the mountains surrounding it and lots of little Austrian/Italian villages on your way up to this beautiful mountain. The people there couldn’t have been nicer showing us their working methods and serving us their best local foods of the region.

Filmspektakel are a timelapse production and filmmaking company based in Vienna, Austria.

FilmSpektakel is back. Back and better thaen ever before. Special flowmotion hyperlapse, this time featuring the city that never sleeps: New York City. The production team behind spent 10 days taking 65,000 photographs to create the hectic video above.

Now FilmSpektakel take the viewer on a whirlwind tour of the city from the air, ground, and water. Zipping between locations with creative cuts and zooms, the hustle of NYC is matched by the editing style. The final three minute long video took 36 hours to render on a high-end Apple iMac. The stunning imagery is perfectly complemented by Alex Clement's sound design.

In recent years, a number of high fatality collisions in Ireland have been caused by drivers becoming distracted by their children in the back seat. So how to capture the pain of a lifetime spent looking back?

Road Safety Authority explores how a single moment turning to look at a child in the back seat can lead to a lifetime of looking back in regret. Research from Monash University showed that children are 12 times more distracting to a driver than talking on a mobile phone while driving. The aim of the campaign, which is called ‘Looking Back’, is to help parents to understand how these distractions can seriously impact their driving and to encourage them to plan their journeys with this in mind.

We tell our audience: Don’t lose a lifetime looking back. Never let a child take your focus off the road. Pull over if you need to. Created by Irish International BBDO, the spot was directed by Partizan's Martin Stirling.