This film was produced as a 3D project and was subsequently chosen to be screened in the Visionaries {Youth in 3D} event at the British Film Institute in December 2012.

'Ichthys' is the Koine Greek word for fish and represents a fish profile symbol. This was used by early Christians to communicate their beliefs in a hidden manner. This film portrays a rebellion against mass media and the social expectations placed on people by society. This is communicated through the anxiety and frustration held by the early Christians and also through a style of street dance called krumping. Krumping was often used as a release for youth who wanted to escape gang life and the dance is characterised by free, aggressive, exaggerated and improvised movements.

This was filmed with a JVC GY-HMZ1 camera, JVC 3D Twin F 1.2 HD GT Lens and edited on FCPX.

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