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1/25/2005 5:33:58 AM
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Spitfire Media, a leader in high-end post production was commissioned to edit the new concert film “No Fear No Mercy”. Spitfire Media’s experience with Music Industry clients has given them the opportunity to take control of this project and bring it to life.
The Project began as a marketing tool to help with Interscope Records’ International TV campaign for 50 Cent. After realizing the excitement and opportunity surrounding the project, Interscope Records has decided to combine the concert film with 50 Cent’s latest release “The Massacre” as a bonus DVD. The DVD was designed by Spitfire Media’s Creative Director Kelly McFadden and authored by Spitfire Media’s in house Scenarist author Chris Barragan. The album “The Massacre” and DVD are set for international release Tuesday, March 8th 2005.
Brett Truett, Spitfire Media’s Senior Editor, off-lined and on-lined the “No Fear No Mercy” concert. The project was edited on an Avid and then seamlessly transferred over to the in-house DS Nitris for finishing. "No Fear, No Mercy" was filmed in Glasgow, Scotland and edited completely in PAL at Spitfire Media and will be serviced to Interscope Records’ international markets. The Concert includes apperences by Young Buck and Lloydd Banks of G-Unit, the track list includes hits such as "In Da Club", " Wanksta", "21 Questions" and many more. There is no word if Interscope Records will use the DVD domestically at this point.
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