One Six Right: The Romance of Flying – Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Disc
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One Six Right: The Romance of Flying has remained a unique and celebrated aviation film in the decade since it was first released.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary, One Six Right has been digitally remastered in 1080p HD from the original High Definition footage.
The Anniversary Edition Blu-ray includes all special features from the DVD, all content from One Six Left (The Companion DVD), plus 10-minutes of new footage all in HD.
One Six Right is an exhilarating documentary film that celebrates the unsung hero of aviation the local airport by tracing the life, history, and struggles of an airport icon: Southern California’s Van Nuys Airport. Featuring thrilling aerial photography and a sweeping original score, the film dispels common misconceptions and opposes criticism of General Aviation airports. Through the love story of one airport, past to present, the film shares the timeless romance of flying with all ages.
One Six Right was filmed with a state-of-the-art digital cinema camera, though due to DVD technical limitations that display less than 20 percent of the camera’s resolution, we have never seen the film’s full quality – until now. Blu-ray has a resolution six times DVD. The original camera masters are also re-digitized and remastered to achieve more vibrant colors and sharper images, using tools not previously available.
This Anniversary Edition Blu-ray includes all the special features from the DVD, plus the entirety of One Six Left (the companion DVD), that includes “The Making of One Six Right.” and 10 minutes of never seen air-to-air footage with 12 different airplanes – all in high definition.
One Six Right has remained a unique aviation film in the decade since it was first released and is often regarded for how it conveys the passion that pilot’s have for flying. Harrison Ford declares that the film “captures the spirit, joy and beauty of flight” and is “one of the finest aviation films ever made.”
Local airports are the unsung heroes of aviation. To celebrate this, the film traces the life, history and struggles of an airport icon: Southern California’s Van Nuys Airport. Through the love story of one airport, the film and its endearing soundtrack share the timeless romance of flying.
ORIGINAL SPECIAL FEATURES (INCLUDED):
Flight (air-to-air montage set to music)
The Joyride II (extended aerobatic routine)
Childhood Dreams (montage of airplane beauty shots)
Old Helmet & Goggles (featuring Ben Harper)
They Call Em Clouds (time-lapse of clouds set to music)
Historical Photos (slideshow of 50 historical photos)
Production Shots (slideshow of 100 behind-the-scenes photos)
Deleted Scenes (three sequences that did not make the final cut)
ONE SIX LEFT SPECIAL FEATURES (INCLUDED):
The Making of One Six Right (a behind-the-scenes look at the 5-year production)
Movie Montage (the best shots from the film re-edited to 5 tracks of the score)
Into the Clouds (air-to-air montage set to music)
Pitts Pattern (a single, unedited shot around the VNY 16R pattern)
The Joyride III (extended sequence that includes shots from the cockpit)
Piano Solo (Main Title and End Credit themes performed by Nathan Wang)
Model Airplanes (several interviewees recall their start with model planes)
Workbench to Runway (the first video production from the director)
ANNIVERSARY EDITION SPECIAL FEATURES (INCLUDED):
Flight II (new air-to-air footage set to music)
High Flight (poem by John Gillespie Magee, Jr., read by actor/pilot Cliff Robertson)
The Pattern (new air-to-air footage of various aircraft taking off and landing)
The Pattern II (same visuals as The Pattern plus air-to-air radio communications)
Anniversary Promo (side-by-side comparison of One Six Right DVD vs. Blu-ray)
Flying Full Circle (short film about the experience of flying with the Blue Angels)
Runaway Plane (series of outtakes while filming a very young pilot)
One Six Right captures the spirit, joy and beauty of flight. One of the finest aviation films ever made. –Harrison Ford
Some of the most drippingly gorgeous flying sequences that have ever been projected onscreen. –Christian Lloyd, Pilot Journal
Finding a film like this is one of the great pleasures of loving movies. –David Rishel
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