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Alice Springs Film and Television

Alice Springs Film and Television are the Australian Outback video production and location specialists.

Please see below some pages of various video productions. For our stills portfolio you can visit: flickr.com/photos/christangey/albums/72157652118584764

To contact us please see our website: alicespringsfilmtv.com/

  1. Reggie Uluru-early days

    Aboriginal Traditional owner for one of the most sacred places in Australia tells a simple story of his childhood.

  2. Drone outback Australia- "Under outback skies"

    Outback Australia tour by drone

    "The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan" by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
    Source: chriszabriskie.com/uvp/
    Artist: chriszabriskie.com/

  3. Chris Tangey- 2018 HD Camera Showreel

    Alice Springs Film and Television's Chris Tangey presents a short example of his high definition camera work in Australia's outback. Music by Netherlands Composer Tjerk de Groot © Chris Tangey 2018
    For 4K drone work please see: vimeo.com/196077143

  4. Karrke Aboriginal Tours

    A corporate video we produced recently for Karrke Aboriginal Tours near Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory. Funded by NT Government and Tourism NT.

  5. Beyond Australia's cities 2 (in 4K)

    Second in a series of 10 we will produce to give potential international visitors a wider view of Australia, beyond our major cities. Australian Cinematographer's Society silver award 2015.

  6. Firenado Australia

    If ever you go down in the woods near Curtin Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia....you're in for a big surprise.....Pillars of fire! alicespringsfilmtv.com.au/

    This is a raw overview of the 30 minutes recorded, but a new version with previously unreleased footage, "Skyfire- a dance of giants" is now at vimeo.com/49985537

    Copyright Chris Tangey 2012

    Important copyright notice: This video was first published in Australia so comes under the Copyright Act Australia (1968) Unlike some other jurisdictions, the Act contains no "fair use" clause so it cannot be published in any form, in any medium, without consent of the copyright holder. We treat, and continue to treat, any copyright breach with the utmost seriousness and will defend our rights vigorously worldwide. If you think your company is too big to bother, others before you have too.