AUCKLAND, Today: Isuzu has named New Zealand as the ‘Master of all Roads’ in their latest action-packed film series. The campaign showcases the scenery and rugged terrain of Central Otago’s Nevis Bluff and Skippers Canyon.
Production services for the series were provided by Film Construction.
Film Construction executive producer Belinda Bradley said: “The Isuzu Master of All Roads film series features punishing terrain and expert driving from some of Asia Pacific’s best motorsport drivers pitted against each other as well as against some of the world’s most brutal landscapes.
“Filmed in New Zealand by Triton Film Bangkok and directed by automotive specialist Tenn, the sequences are some of the most impressive and exhilarating imaginable.
“It’s wonderful to welcome international filmmakers back to NZ. Our friends at Triton Film Bangkok worked tirelessly to capture some awe-inspiring footage that will leave motor-heads gasping.”
“Triton Film conducted a global search for the planet’s most breathtaking and challenging roads. The Central Otago locations were chosen after strong submissions from around the globe, including Mongolia, South America, South Africa, and Iceland.
“We are thrilled to have been chosen by Isuzu for this campaign and to showcase the beauty and ruggedness of Central Otago to the world, along with the top-notch capabilities of the New Zealand crew.
“It’s wonderful to welcome international filmmakers back to New Zealand. Our friends at Triton Film Bangkok worked tirelessly to capture some awe-inspiring footage that will leave motor-heads gasping.
“Isuzu’s Master of All Roads campaign is a testament to the durability and ruggedness of Isuzu’s vehicles, and the stunning locations in Central Otago are the perfect backdrop for this message.
“The film series is now released globally, and New Zealand is proud to be the “Master of all Locations” for this campaign.”
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