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June 16, 2010
CHROME EDITS SHAKIRA'S 3D WORLD CUP VIDEO The video was shot in stereoscopic 3D by DNA director Marcus Rayboy. It plays as an upbeat, high-powered montage of soccer footage, from players scoring goals in packed stadiums to street kids throughout the world enjoying themselves on make-shift fields.

The video serves to entertain as well as assist South African children through the sales of the solidarity T-shirts worn by players featured in the video. Money generated will assist a charity that has pledged to build 20 schools in Africa before the end of the year.

Steele VFX provided visual effects for the project and Company 3 handled telecine. Keith Hamm assisted Honigsberg with the edit.

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