Gabrielle Aplin 'Panic Cord' by Kinga Burza
Since spending the last two years shooting mainly commercials in New York, Los Angeles and Paris, Kinga Burza marks her return to the UK with this promo to Gabrielle Aplin's Panic Cord. Oscillating between a performance piece and flashbacks to a past bittersweet relationship, Kinga's promo echoes the poignancy of the lyric.
"Working with Gabrielle was so lovely - she really couldn't have been more easy going and open to try new things," explains Kinga. "When we sat down before the shoot and suggested some possible scenarios for the flashback vignettes that feature the ups and downs of a previous relationship, she looked me in the eye and confirmed: 'oh yeah, I totally know all these scenarios!'
"So from then on, there really seemed to be this really great, effortless work ethic between us, and also with Sid Ellisdon who played her ex-boyfriend. We were all on the same page and this was a blessing as we had so many vignettes to shoot, costume changes and location moves to shoot in a day. It was so nice to be back in London shooting, and looking forward to being back again soon."
|Executive Producer||Claire Stubbs|
|Production Manager||Brett Webb|
|Director of Photography||Jaime Feliu Torres|
|1st AD||James Dyer|
|Art Director||Anna Rhodes|
|Production Assistant||Rio Carhill|
|Casting director||Sasha Robertson|
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