Sam Hill - 30th Oct 2012

White Rabbit - that's the directing team Grant White and Jon Park - return to the psychedelic territory they visited in their promo for The Horrors' I Can See Through You in this promo for duo Paradise's Endless Wave. It's a colourful romp featuring powders used in the Indian festival of colours, in very English locations, and beautifully shot by Gabi Norland.

"We were asked by our friends from Paradise to make a video for their debut single Endless Wave - due to major budget restrictions the project quickly became a labour of love," says Grant. "Heavily inspired by the Holi festival in India and The Monkees' Porpoise Song video we descended onto Southall gathering as many materials as we could get our hands on.

"Over two weekends we shot in Longleat, West Wittering and Epping Forest. We really wanted to shoot on 16mm film and thanks to the amazing generosity of our DOP, Gabi Norland, we managed to achieve it for which we are eternally grateful."

Credits

Director of PhotographyGabi Norland
Clapper LoaderChris Wanklyn
ProducerP for Production
EditorWhite Rabbit / Anna Pors
CommissionerStephanie Haughton

Sam Hill - 30th Oct 2012

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