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Dej Loaf 'No Fear' by rubberband.
rubberband. takes influence from 90s performance videos in this cinematic, colourful journey across the Californian desert.
Beginning in a vibrant bedroom, Dej Loaf uses her bed as a magic carpet and takes a road trip, bringing us along for the ride. With a nostalgic feeling mixed with a contemporary aesthetic, the clip dives into a surreal, gorgeous CGI California-ish world before coming out the other side and back to reality, only now bringing some of that CGI strangeness back with it.
|Executive Producer||Daniel Cingari|
|1st AD||Jennifer Wilkins|
|Director of Photography||Sam Cutler-kreutz|
|Focus Puller||Sam Kim|
|2nd AC||Mike Rogers|
|Art Director||Caron Giles|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Other credits||Animation - Joan Gausch Production Manager - Loa Allebach Head Of Vfx - Roman Bilichenko Vfx Supervisor - Tim Hendrix Sound Designer - Raphaël Ajuelosl Dit - Jason Guerrero Process Driver - Jeff Simons Crane Techs - Brian Mcpherson & Henry Flores Remote Head Operator - Greg Schmidt Bbe - Alex Ojeda Electric - Silas Robinson Electric - Dimitri Christoforidis Key Grip - Jeff Locke Bbg - Nick Favorite Grip - Jake Fandel Grip - Drew Adams G&e Pa - Glenn Mcdougald Production Designer - Jonny Helgren Set Builder - Sara Little STUNTS - Damien Bray & Bryan Slayer|
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