David Knight - 2nd Sept 2013

Yvette Farmer has directed this lo fi promo for indie film actress and musician Keeley Forsyth, shot in an artfully spartan living space, and evoking the spirit of punk, poetry and traditional folk to accompany with the austere sound of Then There Came A Time.

Says Yvette: "There's a lot of references to Patti Smith & David Bowie photographs in the video, plus a mime based on the Jake Thackray song 'Old Molly Metcalf'."


DirectorYvette Farmer
ProducerYvette Farmer
EditorTom Sharman
Director of PhotographyAnnette Remler
Art DirectorThomas Durrant
ColouristBelgin Kaplan
Hair & Make-upBen Hayes
1st ACRupert Van Den Broek
GripDavid Mason
Production ManagerKayleigh Carroll
SparkRudy Fitzgerald-Leonard

David Knight - 2nd Sept 2013

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