David Knight - 14th Oct 2013

After the Jack video with it's very hairy dancers (and singers), The Sacred Egg – aka Alex Mavor and Ed Kaye – are back with Breach - aka Ben Westbeech – to create another unique dance experience. And this one for Everything You Never Had is even more visually bold, inventive and cartoonish (without actually being a cartoon) than the last one - thanks to good old motion control and post FX as well as some handy choreography. 

A young lady, in a club and under the influence, is feeling the effects of wearing too much clothing on a hot and sweaty (and foggy) dancefloor, so her imagination lets loose a human train of herself, dancing the same moves, wearing less and less... and before you think it's going somewhere sexy, it takes it a cleverer and funnier turn...  

Credits

DirectorThe Sacred Egg
Production CompanyRiff Raff Films
Executive ProducerMatthew Fone
ProducerSonya Sier
Production ManagerCara Hickson
Production AssistantAmanda Tuckwell
1st ADJames Dyer
Director of PhotographyJake Scott
Focus PullerAhmet Husseyin
DITMike McDuffie
Motion CaptureJustin Pentecost
GafferPhilip Penfold
GripGrace Donaldson
Costume designerGrace Snell
Hair & Make-upGrace Keen
DancerJo White
DancerJordan Cather
EditorSam Bould
Editing companyBig Buoy
CommissionerDan Curwin
CommissionerSarah Tognazzi
LabelAtlantic Records

David Knight - 14th Oct 2013

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