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Electronic producer and film maker Nigel Stanford is renowned for combining technology, music and video in new and innovative ways. His latest video for his single One Hundred Hunters uses recently released footage from the early days of NASA, and combines it with added 3D animation and visual effects to create a 4-minute sci-fi odyssey. The short shows us the discovery of a strange metallic orb on the Moon and its eventual arrival on Earth, before the whole thing turns into a military situation and huge stand-off. The footage is so well put together than you will be left wondering how much of it is doctored and how much is real, but this short music video has more plot and intrigue in 4 minutes than most full length sci-fi movies manage in a 90 minute runtime.

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