RD20

RD20 (2016)


Summary

The documentary tracks the making of Reasonable Doubt, Hova's rise to stardom, and the legacy of the iconic album. Directed by Scheme Engine, the doc is broken up into segments named for the album's tracks ("Brooklyn's Finest," "Can't Knock The Hustle," "Politics As Usual" "Friend or Foe," "Dead Presidents II"). The film features interviews from members of the Reasonable Doubt production team (DJ Clark Kent, DJ Premier, Ski) as well as album cover photographer Jonathan Mannion, Reasonable Doubt guest artist Memphis Bleek, and Roc-a-Fella co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke. Lest you think the doc will be exclusively talking heads, the film also features footage of Jay Z performing tracks off the album in a studio and at Barclays Center.

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Production Jay-Z Executive Producer
Sound Stephen Harrod Sound Recordist
Camera David Raboy Camera Operator
Camera Elissa Goldstein Camera Operator
Directing Scheme Engine Director
Art Sean Ferguson Graphic Designer
Camera Michael Swaigen Camera Operator
Production Charles Todd Producer
Production Matt Mitchener Executive Producer
Production Devin Chanda Executive Producer
Editing James Rothman Editor
Production James Rothman Producer
Camera James Rothman Camera Operator
Editing Matt Michener Editor
Production Jason Kpana Producer
Camera Dustin Nakao-Haider Camera Operator
Camera Ben Vogel Director of Photography
Production Shahendra Ohneswere Executive Producer
Production Christina Chironna Producer
Production Beto Vargas Producer
Camera William Macaulay Camera Operator
Camera Skyler Bocciolatt Camera Operator
Editing Bill Horace Editor
Sound Lucas Ellman Sound Mixer
Sound Lucas Ellman Music
Sound Lucas Ellman Sound Recordist
Production Connor Scott Associate Producer
Production Toshi Kondo Associate Producer
Production Jade Lauren Associate Producer
Sound Andrew Yip Sound Recordist
Production Lauren Kelly Production Assistant
Editing Thomas Stigler Colorist

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