Run The Jewels 'Call Ticketron' by Brad Palmer & Brian Palmer

Run The Jewels 'Call Ticketron' by Brad Palmer & Brian Palmer
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Brad Palmer and Brian Palmer (of The Drums) concoct a Z-movie sci-fi tale involving giant spiders invading New York City, and a disappearing audience at RTJ's sold-out show at the Garden.

Also starring Emily Panic (El-P's fiancée) and Eudora Peterson as a pair of increasingly traumatised newsreaders. 

• 'Call Ticketron' Footnotes

Credits

Director
Brian Palmer and Brad Palmer
Executive Producer
Jaime Meline
Executive Producer
Brian Palmer
Co-Producer
Amaechi Uzoigwe
Co-Producer
Will Bronson
Director of Photography
Brad Palmer
Editor
Brian Palmer
VFX Company
Surround
VFX
Wei Lu
Colourist
Jaime O'Bradovich
Grading company
Company 3
Additional Scoring
Lil Shalimar and Wilder Zoby
Sound Mixing
Joey Raia
RTJ3 News Anchors
Emily Panic & Eudora Peterson

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