Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati – all powerful and impressive cars.
See all those beautiful rides in this preview of the 2010 Bella Italia, shot and edited by KWIKFilms. Special thanks to videographer Rob Buchanan of HDProFilms.
Tell us what you like about the video.
Here’s some encouraging news during this recession – sales of high-end, exotic cars are up.
An article I read explains that the “top six exotic luxury brands have grown 16 percent in the first seven months of 2010, compared with the same period last year,” accounting for 3,065 exotics sold by Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bentley, Maserati, Maybach and Rolls-Royce through July versus the 2,650 sold in 2009.
This is great news for the economy and for the exotic community. There’s nothing like listening to the Ferrari V8 on the road as you’re driving in triple digits!
KWIKFILMS has teamed up with the Ferrari Club of America San Diego Chapter to produce a DVD of the 2010 Bella Italia Car Show. We're very excited about this project. Who wouldn't want to produce a DVD featuring the hottest Italian exotic cars in Southern California.
All six hours of footage from the Panasonic HMC40 and the additional footage from Rob Buchanan's Canon 7D has been transferred to the Mac Pro. Now Frank needs to go over the footage... This is one of the most time consuming parts of the editing process. We're now in the process of scheduling appointments with Ferrari owners to be featured on the DVD.
Make sure to come back for more photos and trailers!
A few weeks ago we shot a red 1999 Ferrari 360 Modena
for a client. The finish product is truly a work of art. Frank Castillo of KWIKFILMS
has crafted a remarkable video piece. His editing creativity
paired with his videography
skills made the Ferrari video one of the best KWIKFILMS
has produced so far.
Check out the video and you'll see what I'm talking about!
Film director Michael Bay
confirmed on his blog
the arrival of the Ferrari 458 Italia
in the forthcoming Transformers 3 film. Bay also announced it during a Ferrari charity event where he was raising money for a hospital being built by Ferrari in Haiti. Currently, the new Ferrari Autobot
hasn't received a name.
In Ferrari's first official announcement of the car, the Ferrari 458 Italia
was described as the successor to the F430
but arising from an entirely new design, incorporating technologies developed from the company's experience in Formula 1. The car was designed by Pininfarina
, as with all recent Ferrari models. The car's interior was designed using input from former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher, including a new steering wheel design which incorporates many features and controls as opposed to them being on the dashboard, similar to racing car designs.