According to AFP, two documentary film for many years worked with acclaimed director James Cameron has died in a helicopter crash in a rural area south of Sydney, Australia.
Local media said Andrew Wight (52) and Mike deGruy (60 years) to Australia to make documentaries about Papua New Guinea for the National Geographic channel.
Andrew Wright (left) and James Cameron is co-produced the film Titanic and Avatar (Source: news.com.au)
Wright, with Australian citizenship, is co-producer of blockbusters like "Sanctum 3D" with "Avatar" and "Titanic" with James Cameron, the director worked with this talented financial performance footage deep ocean data.
DeGruy, U.S. citizenship, the Emmy-winning and each has 30 years experience as a film on the subject of the ocean, as well as underwater director of photography for the documentary "Last Mysteries of the Titanic" by Cameron .
Speaking at the announcement of National Geographic, Cameron hailed the duo as bad fibers underwater filmmakers outstanding courage and rich, the loss of them is a great loss for world exploration of positive.
The Australian police have not identified more accidents, but only for helicopters carrying men, one from Melbourne, one from the United States crashed in the area Jasper's Brush, South Nowra on the afternoon of the second Saturday 4/2.
Witnesses said the plane crashed shortly after takeoff. National Geographic said that Wright is the owner and driving directly to the helicopter. /.