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Knowshun 'Flammatory' by Austin Duerst
Austin Duerst blurs reality and fiction in the video for Knowshun's Flammatory.
Taking place inside a video game world, Knowshun takes a break from real life to sit back and relax, but ends up trapped in a deadly reality with no escape.
Nicely shot and edited, the use of a drone/high-angle camera in the game world effectively represents the third person perspective popularised in games like Grand Theft Auto, with a shared taste for violence and bloody mayhem.
A spattering of lo-fi VFX grounds the concept firmly in a fictitious environment, and feels reminiscent of early 2000's shoot-em-up games.
|Production Company||Mind-you-mental Llc|
|Production Company||80 Films Productions|
|Executive Producer||James Mc Gee|
|Production Manager||Austin Duerst|
|1st AD||Austin Duerst|
|Director of Photography||James Mc Gee|
|Gaffer||James Mc Gee|
|Art Director||Austin Duerst|
|Editor||James Mc Gee|
|Editing company||Mind-you-mental Llc|
|Editing company||80 Films Productions|
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