Aurora 'Conqueror' by Kenny McCracken
Its a mysterious and dreamlike vision set in sandy ruins, and sees our heroine held prisoner with shackles at her ankles. Then when she manages to break free, she comes across a large glowing box, tearing into it to find a boy stuck at his desk, oblivious to her. And although she seems lost in this world of dust and symbolism, the impowering images show her perseverance, giving an impassioned performance in her characteristically expressive way.
|Production Company||Rubbernecker Films|
|Executive Producer||Seany Stuart|
|Production Manager||Melissa Massey|
|1st AD||James Dyer|
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Focus Puller||Rupert Hornstein|
|2nd AC||Ben Worthington|
|Art Director||Oliver Hogan|
|Wardrobe||Victoria Aksnes - Aurora|
|Make-up||Miranda Aksnes - Aurora (sfx Make Up - Melissa Massey|
|Post Producer||Thomas Cole|
|VFX||Rockstar - Cgi -|
|Lead actor||Adam Thomas Wright|
|Director's Representation||Lock It In|
|Commissioner||Chris Kershaw (decca Records)/kenny Mccracken|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Antony Evgeniou 3rd AD: Darren Blackwood Location Manager: Bill Hayes Runners: Alexander Ayling, Olly Rushton, Adrian Hayes DIT: Matt Cole Grip: Lou Harrison Electricians: Lee Brinkley, Noah Furrer, Chris Brennan, Ashley Connel. Rigger: Ashley Connel (BackStage Rigging) Props Buyer: Jaclyn Pappalardo Assist Art Dir: James Early Art Assist: George Dickens CGI ROCKSTAR - Eugene, Graham Jones. Producer - Emily Deere. Winnebago/Dining Bus: Wagon Wheels Catering: Eat To The Beat|
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