David Knight - 29th Mar 2010

Ambitious low-budget outta space adventure, crafted from a variety of FX and much sleight of hand by new up-and-comer Ben Lister for Big Dada stalwart Juice Aleem's Rock My Hologram - taken from Jerusalaam Come, one of iTunes hip hop records of last year.

It's a mythological journey through time and space, involving a golden quill... Ben was inspired by both Seventies sci-fi and Egyptian mythology, and with the imaginative art direction of David Curtis-Ring, he's incorporated CGI, stop motion and hand-built models to create an impressive FX-laden showcase for Aleem - long acknowledged as on the UK's finest MCs.


DirectorBen Lister
Art DirectorDavid Curtis
Director of PhotographyAndrew Johnson
3D AnimatorPaul Berner of Eight Eyed Sea Bass
Camera operatorChris Rhodes
GafferStuart Colburn
StudioDavid Moore Boxxed

David Knight - 29th Mar 2010

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