Jimmy Brown - 5th Mar 2013

Jonny Kight's haunting and dark video for Glaswegian Producer Sega Bodega's debut EP deals with the ugly subject of male obsession and disorientation.

Set to the tense and dark score of Konerak, Kight displays a flair for getting standout performances from his actors - notable this time from Julien Rivett and Ed Birch - who take the viewer on an uncomfortable 'noir'-like journey.

"We talk a lot about creating this unsettling feeling through the camera work and colours used on set," explains Jonny, "My DP Ciro brought a box of tights to stretch over the lenses and we always tried to move the camera so it wasn't just sitting on our shoulders. The plan was to create an intensity and leaving ambiguous questions unanswered."

PRO Credits

Credits

Focus PullerRan Geffen
DirectorJonny Kight
Director of PhotographyCiro Candia
ProducerC
Production AssistantDayo Olufeni
1st ADDean Noutsos
RunnerRyan Monteith
Production CompanyShort
Clapper LoaderAlex Finlayson
DITChris Belcher
GripCharlie Holling
EditorPhil Hignett @ Marshall Street Editors
ColouristFinish
Special ThanksGeorge Monkland @ Independent Talent, Cheryl
ColouristJulien Biard

Jimmy Brown - 5th Mar 2013

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