This drone footage and the images taken above the canopy of Firestone Copse are outstandingly beautiful. Thanks to Andrew for sharing with OnTheWight readers.
Lights, camera, action!
The Isle of Wight can boast several film festivals, as well as a handful of film societies and interest groups.
We have many filmmakers living and working on the Island, taking inspiration from their surroundings. With two mainstream cinemas and several venues showing arthouse films, there is something for everyone.
The fantastic creator of Isle of Wight animated postcards, Justin Mason, has been busy wondering what the ending of Planet of the Apes would be like if filmed on the Isle of Wight.
Monday, 7th December, 2015 8:42pm
By Sally Perry with 5 readers' comments
It's been a week of bad news with the closure of two visitor attractions, redundancies and more, so forget about all that for a couple of minutes and find yourself laughing out loud to Justin Mason's latest animated postcards from the Isle of Wight.
Thursday, 5th November, 2015 7:33pm
By Sally Perry with 4 readers' comments
If you didn't see the premiere of S-Band in person back in April, you can now watch the series online from the comfort of your office or home (or on the bus, train, beach, wherever you can connect to the Internet).
Monday, 19th October, 2015 1:18pm
By Hannah George with 2 readers' comments
Two Isle of Wight lads have turned their passion into a business and are grabbing some great aerial footage of the Isle of Wight in the process.
Thursday, 17th September, 2015 8:04pm
By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments