AlunaGeorge 'Best Be Believing ' by Patrick Killingbeck
Patrick Killingbeck sets up his 'Centre For People To Stop Dancing' starring troublesome patient Aluna and Doctor George in his promo for the celebrated duo's next single Best Be Believing...
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Art Director||Sets Appeal|
|Grading company||Smoke & Mirrors|
|Production Assistant||Nas Ramazannezhad|
|1st AD||Dan Gibling|
|1st AC||Jeff Vine|
|2nd AD||Afzal Robbani|
|2nd AD||Kai Fraser|
|Stylist||Kelly Anne Hughes|
|Other credits||Nas Ramazannezhad, Production Assistant Dan Gibling, First Assistant Director Afzal Robbani, Second Assistant Director Jeff Vine, First Assistant Camera Kai Fraser, Second Assistant Director Nick Alsop, Digital Imaging Tech. Rogan Brown, Grip Lee Parfitt, Gaffer Kelly Ann Hughes, Stylist Martina Luisetti, Make-up Artist Mary Weah, Choreographer|
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