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Detektiv Downs  (2013)

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The movie Detektiv Downs, released in 2013 and directed by Bård Breien, was shot on film using ARRI ALEXA Camera and Bausch & Lomb Super Baltar Lenses, Canon K35 Prime Lenses with Gaute Gunnari as cinematographer and editing by Zaklina Stojcevska.
Directed by | Bård Breien
Cinematography by | Gaute Gunnari
Country | Norway, Czech Republic
Language | Norwegian
Genres | Comedy, Crime, Drama

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Executive Producer
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Original Music by
Production Design by
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Art Direction by
Art Direction
Costume Design by
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Production Management
Post-production Manager: ShortCut Oslo
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Third Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Assistant Camera
Second Assistant Camera
First Assistant Camera
First Assistant Camera
Editorial Department
Trailer Editor
On-line Editor
Assistant Editor
Technical Manager
First Assistant Editor
Visual Effects Department
Digital Compositor: ARRI
Digital Compositor
Visual Effects Supervisor
Art Department
Assistant Property Master
Property Master
Sound Department
Sound Editor
Foley Artist
Sound Recordist
Dialogue Editor
Sound Editor
Boom Operator
Foley Recordist
Boom Operator
Re-recording Mixer / Sound Designer / Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Recordist
Foley Editor
Casting Department
Casting: Norway
Casting: Czech Republic
Extras Casting
Makeup Department
Makeup Designer
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Assistant Costume Designer
Costume Supervisor
Costume Assistant
Stunt Department
Stunt Driver
Additional Crew Members
Production Assistant
Script Supervisor
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