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Aladdin Meets Parkour in Real Life

Creator: devinsupertramp    Category: Sport    Added: 19 May 2020

Aladdin meets Parkour! Filmed in the country of Uzbekistan, in 8K.
We had the opportunity of a lifetime to film in the country of Uzbekistan, which is in Central Asia :) The two locations we filmed in were Bukhara and Khiva. Everything looked straight out of a movie, but it was all real. The people were incredibly friendly, the food was incredible, and the buildings and history were phenomenal!

We are going to Cambodia on our next big trip and your all invited! Here's the details: https://travel.influencetrips.com/t/influencetrips/cambodia-supertramp

The main parkour athlete/Aladdin was played by Calen Chan. He is an incredible parkour athlete that we have worked a ton with. Check out his work now:
Aladdin: Calen Chan http://www.instagram.com/calen_chan
Calen's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-DgleX29gA
Princess Jasmine (girl at the end): Khodirova Shakhzoda
The main bad guy and his two henchmen:
Safarov Mukhammad: https://www.instagram.com/muxa_c4
Sharipov Damir: https://www.instagram.com/shajtan666999
Mavlyanov Rusian: https://www.instagram.com/ruslanacro_tracer11

Produced by Bekruz Hamzaev https://www.instagram.com/bekruz_hamzaev
Also produced by Bekzodbek Nozimbekov https://www.instagram.com/bekzodbekn
They both played a huge part in making this project happen.

Aladdin Costume made by Allison Dredge https://www.instagram.com/allisondredgecostumes
Film by Devin Graham
Sound Design by Dan Pugsley
Colored by Ryan Romanovitch
Music Score by Stephen Anderson based off of the Disney Aladdin film.
https://www.stephenjanderson.com/music
Filmed in 8K with the Red Monstro Camera. Aerial shots were done in 6K with the DJI Inspire 2. For business inquiries ONLY, contact me here: devinsupertramp@gmail.com

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