mov(e)motions, the first full-service media agency specialising in the amusement park industry, has announced that it has delivered four new promotional videos for Dreamwood Park in Crimea.
mov(e)motions is pleased to announce the production of four new videos, promoting the family-favourite destination of Dreamwood Park in Crimea. This popular theme park, designed by Mack Solutions, focuses on nature and adventure, inviting guests to explore the four different areas of Forest, Water, Mountains and Wind. Attractions in the 2500 square metre park include rollercoasters, waterslides, a rope camp, escape rooms, mini-golf, bowling, 4D cinema and more.
The company has been producing videos in and for amusement parks since 2000 and is widely regarded as a leader in the field. Videos are becoming increasingly important as they allow companies, amusement parks and individual attractions to have more control over the messages they send. Because they are easily sharable on social media sites, videos have become an important tool for finding out about new attractions, theme parks and trends.
Art Engineering Kids Carousel
The first video explores Art Engineering’s interactive Kids Carousel at the newly opened theme park in Crimea. On this ride, younger guests can enjoy the cheerful animal theming while also interacting with friends, family and other riders thanks to water play elements.
The second video shows another Art Engineering ride, a family coaster called Mine 1771. The coaster is themed around a runaway mine cart, providing a thrill for the whole family.
ABC Rides Jeep Safari
Another video looks at the fun Jeep Safari Ride by ABC Rides, which includes virtual reality (VR) elements as guests go on a safari-themed adventure, spotting creatures along the way.
World’s first suspended track ride
Finally, mov(e)motions produced a video showing ABC Ride’s suspended track ride at Dreamwood, which is a world-first, gliding above the theme park and giving riders a fantastic view.
Other recent videos by the company include one for ABC Rides K2 Coaster at Karls Erlebnisdorf in Germany, as well as one for Brogent Technologies’ new m-Ride.