David Knight - 9th July 2009

A home movie made on an English summer's day for The Hours' uplifting Come On by Douglas Hart, featuring the band's Antony Genn, and 11 year old George.

This was shot in and around Marble Hill Park - a lovely place in south west London - on gorgeous Super 8mm by Doug and Ed Rutherford.

Watch 'The Hours’ Come On by Douglas Hart' here

Credits

Production CompanyHSI London
DirectorDouglas Hart
Director of PhotographyEd Rutherford
ProducerLucy Booth
Production ManagerHe
Art DirectorLou Corcoran
EditorBen Crook
ColouristJames Tillett
OnlinePrime Focus
CommissionerCarrie Sutton

David Knight - 9th July 2009

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