David Knight - 31st July 2013

Pro Green and Henry Scholfield go way back, making videos before the rapper was known much outside Hackney (their collaboration on Upper Clapton Dance back in 09 remains a high point for UK urban videos).

Now they've got back together to make arguably their most ambitious video yet for Are You Getting Enough?: a bombardment of vignettes, featuring a gallery of grotesque characters and uncomfortably believable scenarios, to demonstrate that everyone is getting too much for their own good. 

Pro Green surveys a bank of TV screens featuring news footage, shopping channels, infomercials - and Miles Kane performing the chorus – displaying several of what used to be known as the Deadly Sins. 

It was shot over three days in London, was edited into a brilliant kinetic frenzy by Thomas Grove Carter – and that little 'princess' with the fake tan and hair rollers is bloody terrifying...

PRO Credits


DirectorHenry Scholfield
ProducerAdam Smith (Producer)
Production CompanyPartizan Darkroom
Production ManagerLouise Malin
Production ManagerCatarina Viana
Location ManagerTitus Penate
Casting directorSophie North
Casting directorGemma Gurvitz @ Talent Talks
1st ADKerry Green
2nd ADPeter Bromfield
2nd ADMatt Busson
Director of PhotographyDavid Procter
Focus PullerAdam Feeney
2nd ACAndres Claridge
2nd Unit DoPJack Newman
2nd Unit ACAlba M. Ruiz
DITMark Kozlowski
GripNick Cupac
GafferAaron Szoqi
Art DirectorMikey Hollywood
Art Department AssistantJon Hollinsworth
StylistFay Roxburgh
Hair & Make-upChloe Muton-Phillips
EditorThomas Grove Carter
Editing companyTrim Editing
ColouristSimone Grattarola
Grading companyRushes
VFX CompanyMunky
CommissionerJames Hackett

David Knight - 31st July 2013

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