Into the Blue sees the return of the hugely successful collaboration between Kylie Minogue and director Dawn Shadforth.
Florence And The Machine 'Shake It Out' by Dawn Shadforth
Florence Welch bursts back, all guns blazing, with Shake It Out, and Dawn Shadforth's video pulls out the stops to reflect its wrought emotion, with a sumptuous period mystery and Florence as a beautifully-attired Victorian heroine, seemingly harbouring multiple personalities.
It was shot in Eltham Palace, with Ed Rutherford behind the camera, styling by Aldene Johnson, and Dawn working with editor Thomas Grove Carter for the first time.
|Executive Producer||Svana Gisla|
|Production Company||Black Dog Films|
|Director of Photography||Ed Rutherford|
|Production designer||Alice Normington|
|Editor||Thomas Grove Carter|
|Online||Golden Square Post|
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