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Visit Seattle | Sundance Project Five by Five | Jimi Could Have Fallen from the Sky (Terence Nance)

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This short is the unauthorized, heavily abridged, biographical, visual and supersonic moment about the fact that Johnny Allen Hendrix (aka Jimi Hendrix) knew how to skydive. Set in Seattle where Jimi was born and raised, the film wonders aloud about what this skill meant for the life he went on to lead. Why did he retreat to the sky so quickly before all of us were ready for him to go? Directed by Terence Nance.

Credits

Agency: PB&

Client: Visit Seattle
Ali Daniels, VP/Marketing
Nick Hawley, Director of Marketing

Filmmakers: Clea DuVall, Drew Christie, Ian Cheney, Martha Stephens, Terence Nance

Other:
Tim Perell, Executive Producer, Process Media
Katherine Dore, Executive Producer, SundanceTV
Liza Wyles, Senior Producer, SundanceTV
Crystal McIntosh, Production Supervisor, SundanceTV
Samantha Lee, Manager, Integrated Marketing, SundanceTV
Scott Fero, Creative
Steve Williams, Creative

TOUCH: Touch of Seattle
Directed by: Ian Cheney
Produced by: Amalia Bradstreet
Executive Producer: Tim Perell  
Director of Photography: Benjamin Rutkowski
Editor: Ian Cheney
Composer: Sarah Lipstate
Sound Post Facility:  Fall On Your Sword
Supervising Producer: George Dellinger
Re-recording mixer:  Tommy Stang  
Colorist: Stephen Derluguian

TASTE
Directed by: Clea Duvall
Produced by: Malia Bradstreet
Executive Producer: Tim Perell  
Director of Photography: Benjamin Rutkowski
Editor: Kristen Young
Composer: Katy Jarzebowski
Sound Post Facility: Fall On Your Sword
Supervising Producer: George Dellinger
Sound Designer:  Tommy Stang
Colorist: Stephen Derluguian

SOUND: Jimi Could have Fallen From The Sky
Directed by: Terence Nance
Produced by: Amalia Bradstreet
Executive Producer: Tim Perell  
Director of Photography: Shawn Peters
Editor: Jeanne Applegate
Composer: Jon Bap
Sound Editor: Joel C. Hernandez
Choreographer:  Naima Ramos-Chapman
Additional Post Sound: Mickey de Grand IV
VFX:     Ricardo Marmolejo Garcia
Color Correct :  The Mill, NY
Executive Producer:  Dee Allen
Producer:   Evan Bauer
Colorist:   Elias Nousiopoulos

SIGHT: All At Sea
Directed by: Martha Stephens
Produced by: Amalia Bradstreet
Executive Producer: Tim Perell  
Director of Photography: Andrew Reed
Editor: Nathan Whiteside
Production Designer:  Brianna Murphy
Talent: Bruce Lee, Zach Mukai

Post Production
Sound Post Facility:  Fall on Your Sword
Supervising Producer: George Dellinger
Sound Designer:  Tommy Stang
Color Correct Facility: Color Collective
Executive Producer:  Claudia Guevara
Colorist: Alex Bickel

SMELL: Scent of a Sasquatch
Director/writer: Drew Christie
Executive producer: Tim Perell
Animator: Benjamin Markus
Animator & Artist: Gabe Adams
Animator & Artist: Riley Luce
Music: Spencer Thun
Sound Design: Jon Goff
Production Assistant: Amanda Moore

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