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Se Puder… Dirija!  (2013)

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The movie Se Puder… Dirija!, released in 2013 and directed by Anita Barbosa, Paulo Fontenelle, was shot on digital using Red Epic Camera and Zeiss Lenses, Zeiss Ultra Prime Distagon 16 mm T1.9 Lens, Zeiss Ultra Prime Distagon 24 mm T1.9 Lens, Zeiss Ultra Prime Distagon 32 mm T1.9 Lens, Zeiss Ultra Prime Distagon 40 mm T1.9 Lens, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Zeiss Ultra Prime Planar 50 mm T1.9 Lens, Zeiss Ultra Prime Planar 65 mm T1.9 Lens with Nonato Estrela, Pedro Guimaraes as cinematographer and editing was done on the Final Cut Pro Editing System.
Written by | Paulo Fontenelle
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Digital Imaging Technician
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Second Assistant Camera
Editorial Department
Visual Effects Department
Stereoscopic Artist
Special Effects Department
Weapon Supervisor
Art Department
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Foley Artist
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