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Kickstart Theft  (2012)

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The movie Kickstart Theft, released in 2012 and directed by Fred Goodich, was shot on digital using Sony CineAlta F65 Camera and Canon CN-E 30-105 mm T2.8 Lens, Leica Summilux-C 18 mm T1.4 Lens, Leica Summilux-C 25 mm T1.4 Lens, Leica Summilux-C 35 mm T1.4 Lens, Leica Summilux-C 40 mm T1.4 Lens, Leica Summilux-C 50 mm T1.4 Lens, Leica Summilux-C 75 mm T1.4 Lens, Zeiss Master Prime Distagon 14 mm T1.3 Lens with Vilmos Zsigmond as cinematographer and editing was done on the Avid Editing System by Gib Jaffe.
Directed by | Fred Goodich
Cinematography by | Vilmos Zsigmond
Edited by | Gib Jaffe
Written by | Fred Goodich
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BandPro supplied the SONY F65 Camera.
Bike Gang Biker
Fortune Teller
Bicycle Owner
Man With Bike
Biker Chick
Michael Templeton
Bystander On Sidewalk
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Editorial Department
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Storyboard Artist
Storyboard Artist
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Stunt Department
Motorcycle Stunt Driver / Stunts
Transportation Department
Production Driver
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