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Daniel Hubbard made a parody of the movie Gravity that has already received a lot of internet attention and over 640,000 views in just four days. The short features two people hopelessly lost in an Ikea store. Hubbard works as a video editor for Broadway.com in New York while studying improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and producing sketches with his group, “sure sure sure.” We asked him to explain how he came up with the idea and how it was shot. Filmmaker: How did you get the idea? Hubbard: I love Gravity, and I thought the trailer was […] »

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