The Courteeners’ Take Over The World by Nick Bartleet
With a combination of sweeping cable-cam, aerial photography and strong art direction, Nick Bartleet turns in this cinematic love story for The Courteeners' Take Over The World.
"For This beautiful track, I wanted to make something with a simple and uncluttered narrative which could be captured with a great sense of cinematic scale" explains Bartleet.
"The idea was to underline the key moments in the song with powerful, sweeping cable-cam while Liam (Fray, singer) delivered a cool and understated performance".
Watch: Quicktime Movie
|Art Director||Nick Bartleet|
|Director of Photography||Eric Maddison|
|1st AD||Ross Campbell/Marko Fuchs|
|Cast||Raphael Sander @ Nevs Models|
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