David Wilson's dazzling video for The Maccabees' Pelican - from the band's new album Given To The Wild - is a journey through the middle of everything, from globes and little boys, to bowls of …
Passion Pit 'Take A Walk' by David Wilson
Supported by The Creators Project, the video employs the capabilities of extremely precise helicam technology developed by SnapRoll Media. "The bounce is something that really differentiates this from any helicam video I've seen before," explains David. "Making that a reality was a challenge; there's a reason a camera hasn't been bounced via mini helicopter before." A Creators Project behind the scenes film demonstrating exactly how they achieved the spectacular shots over Philadelphia is coming soon.
|Production Company||Colonel Blimp|
|Line Producer||Brian Turner|
|Production Manager||Elise Majorossy|
|Director of Photography||Snap Roll Media team|
|Casting director||Lindsy Ray|
|Production designer||Stewart Gerard|
David is renowned for his live action animation, but here he concentrates on free-flowing stream-of-consciousness illustrations to create a psychedelic mindwarp - with the help of an animation legend.
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The UK Music Video Awards for 2020 is now open!
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