Palace 'It's Over' by Maxim Kelly

Palace 'It's Over' by Maxim Kelly

Colonel Blimp's newest director Maxim Kelly flips the world on its head during the apocalypse for Palace.

Set within the confines of a church during the looming presence of the end of the world, Kelly shows us people repenting, confessing and attempting to live out their final days with a desperate dignity. With striking lighting and choreography highlighting the duality, and performance aspects of religion, it's a great portrait of desperation, anarchy and helplessness.

From the director

​MAXIM KELLY:

"It’s over - it’s the end of the world.  In this video we meet a small group of people as they try to face the end with grace and dignity. In this video I tried to avoid many of the cliches inherent in end of the world stories. Instead I attempted to make a film referencing the ideas of the “Carnivalesque” by Mikhail Bakhtin. 

"During carnival according to Bakhtin a world-upside-down is created, societal norms are inverted and hierarchy is abolished. There is free and familiar interaction between all people, eccentric behaviour is welcomed and sacrilegious events occur without the need for punishment.  This freedom is anarchy at it’s most beautiful, touching and poignant."

Credits

Director
Maxim Kelly
Production Company
Colonel Blimp
Executive Producer
Paul Weston
Executive Producer
Corin Taylor
Producer
Chantelle Lue
Head of Music Video
Richard Grewe
Director of Photography
Sverre Sørdal
1st AD
Ben Hoy-slot
2nd AC
James Wicks
Gaffer
Kit Wood
Spark
Christopher Barber
Choreographer
Del Mak
Assistant Producer
Alien Monodee
Art Department
Ciaran Linden Beale
Stylist
Lou'ana Carron
Make-up
Chloe Edwards
Commissioner
Zoe Wheeler

Change or add info to this page.

Comments

  • Bullion Productions
  • My Accomplice
  • Pulse Films
  • Wash
  • Cut+Run
  • ROBOT
  • Lock It In
  • Somesuch & Co
  • The Shiny Awards
  • Homespun
  • COMPULSORY
  • Sugarcane Media
  • RubberNecker
  • Friend
  • Black Dog Films
  • Burning Reel
  • Prettybird
  • The Sweet Shop
  • Park Village
  • Canada London
  • Cardel Entertainment
  • Riff Raff Films
  • 2332 Films
  • Moxie Pictures
  • Solab
  • Believe Media
  • Division
  • Thomas English
  • Trunk default banner
  • Loose Joints
  • La Pac
  • Caviar
  • FAMILIA
  • Biscuit Filmworks
  • London Alley UK
  • A+
  • LEZ Creative
  • Knucklehead
  • East London Studios
  • Doomsday Entertainment
  • Good Company
  • Agile Films
  • Marisa Garner Associates
  • Emanate Studios
  • Forever
  • Stink
  • Greatcoat Films
  • Kode Media
  • Rankin Film
  • Partizan
  • Trim Editing
  • Chief Productions
  • EPiK Music Videos
  • Blink Productions
  • Speade
  • Blur Films
  • East End Studios
  • Iconoclast
  • Blindeye Films
  • Luti Media
  • OB Management
  • Free Agent UK