Donald Trump's Wall Has Already Been Built. It's Amazing! It's Yuge!

180LA Created It for Immersive Video Camera Startup 360fly

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To build buzz around its immersive video camera, startup 360fly has released a video poking fun at Donald Trump's absurd plan to build a wall on the border of Mexico to keep immigrants from entering the U.S.

The 60-second spot, created by 180LA, shows an audience member using the 360fly 4K 360-degree video camera to film Mr. Trump revealing the wall, but the lens picks up more than the Republican presidential candidate's calculated comb-over.

It shows a barrage of immigrants -- including a mariachi band member and street vendors -- crossing the border through a tunnel under the wall, and one even jet-packs over it. The spot ends with the tagline: "Get a broader perspective. Miss nothing."

In addition to mocking Mr. Trump, the video parodies Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, showing the two Democrats welcoming the border jumpers into the U.S.

Peter Adderton, CEO of 360fly, told Los Angeles Times earlier today that TV networks declined to air the commercial because "they are worried about political neutrality and reinforcing stereotypes."

360fly posted the video on its Facebook page late yesterday, with a note that said, "Yeah, we went there. Check out the 360fly commercial the networks were afraid to air." The Facebook video already has 25,000 views, more than 580 shares and nearly 380 likes. On 360fly's YouTube channel, the video has garnered nearly 8,500 views since being uploaded on Monday.

According to a 360fly statement, the video was shot by three-time Academy Award-winning cinematographer Bob Richardson, who has filmed movies such as Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" and "Inglourious Basterds."

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Jun 23, 2016
Chief Executive Officer:
Peter Adderton
Chief Marketing Officer:
Todd Waks
Chief Creative Officer:
Scott Anderson
Global CEO:
Michael Allen
Chief Creative Officer:
William Gelner
Creative Director:
Adam Groves
Art Director:
Adam Groves
Creative Director:
Zac Ryder
Zac Ryder
Managing Director:
Chad Bettor
Head Of Production:
Natasha Wellesley
Executive Producer:
Calleen Colburn
Brand Director:
Mike Slatkin
Head of Business Affairs:
Loretta Zolliecoffer
Production Company:
Michael Maguire
David Zander
Director of Photography:
Bob Richardson
Sr. Executive Producer:
Eriks Krumins
Line Producer:
Tracy Broaddus
Production Designer:
Alexis Ross
Ric Renae Hughes
Big Sky Ranch, Simi Valley
Editorial Company:
Whitehouse Post
Rick Lawley
Executive Producer:
Joni Wright
Jennifer Mersis
Assistant Editor:
Lauren Richardson
SFX/Post Company:
The Mill - New York
Online & FX:
The Mill - New York
Executive Producer:
Sean Costelloe
Jacqueline Sand
Color Producer:
Diane Valera
Adam Scott
VFX Supervisor:
Jade Kim
VFX Supervisor:
Steve Cokonis
2D Lead:
Jade Kim
3D Lead:
Wyatt Savarese
2D Artist:
Sun Eun Moon
2D Artist:
Alex Wysota
2D Artist:
Mina Mir
2D Artist:
Yoon-sun Bae
3D Artist:
Christine Kim
3D Artist:
Todd Akita
3D Artist:
Cole Clark
3D Artist:
Tim Kim
3D Artist:
Ivan Joy
Finishing Artist:
Lee Towndrow
Recording Studio:
Eleven Sound
Jeff Payne
Executive Producer:
Suzanne Hollingshead
Executive Producer:
Melissa Elston
Assistant Mixer:
AJ Murillo
Assistant Mixer:
Jordan Meltzer
Sound Design:
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