Ultra Worldwide has released official Aftermovie of 5th Ultra Europe festival Ultra Europe 2017 held in Split and several islands in July. The biggest and most important summer event in Croatia, and its three magnificent days in Split, is documented in the emotional ten-minute film of ULTRA Europe 2017 Aftermovie, directed by the world-famous Final Kid producers famous for producing videos for many world DJs and the FIFA European Football Championship held in France two years ago.
After more than two months of work, Croatia has received another invaluable video postcard and news that will travel to all parts of the world. For its value and significance, as well as for the influence on the image of Split, the Split-Dalmatia County and Croatia in the world, is enough to point out that more than ten million people have seen videos that have been released so far, and that number will undoubtedly be much greater in the coming days. The festival is recognized as one of the leading brands of Split-Dalmatia county, and this kind of promotion will contribute to the achievement of even more impressive results and a more positive impact on tourism and the economy. It took a couple of days and more than twenty people to record the most attractive locations in Split and record the most spectacular moments of the 5th birthday festival release.
"More than 20 cameramen and 10 official photographers arrived in Split four days before the festival and began to film the destination. They used the most modern red cameras that can record in resolution up to 8K, and there were cranes, steadycam, glidecam that dropped by wire to make the frames more dynamic and attractive." said Mr. Branimir Karačić, director of digital agency Envy Croatia which is a part of Ultra Europe team from begining.
On that occasion, helicopters and speedboats, top equipment and latest technology were used, resulting in over 100 hours of video footage and at the end of the film in which is invested more than 100.000 euros. The film begins with the attractive frames of the city of Split and then takes us to Poljud Stadium, which for the fifth time opened the door for more than 100.000 visitors from 149 countries around the world.