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Life in Space

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11:30 AM | 25 February 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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You may have heard about Gravity, last year's, BAFTA award winning, hit film. It was kind of a big deal (and still is). Well someone at Channel 4 was clearly thinking "if only Gravity was a bit more rock 'n' roll". 

Together with Framestore, the visual effects studio behind Gravity's stunning look, Channel 4 have produced this trailer for their upcoming Live From Space Season.

The Live From Space Season will include documentaries surrounding life amongst the stars and culminate in a live event broadcasted from the International Space Station and Mission Control in Houston and hosted by, for some reason, Dermot O'Leary.

Credits

Creative agency: 4Creative
Creative Directors: Chris Bovill, John Allison
Creative/Director: Neil Gorringe
Producer: Selena Cunningham
VFX/Post-Production: Framestore

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