Chase & Status ft. Jacob Banks 'Alive' by Josh Cole
Josh Cole has done it again. His first video since winning an MVA for his awesome Manila-set video for Rudimental's Not Giving In, for the Chase & Status's Alive ft. Jacob Banks, is another compelling tale of young lives engaged in a daily dangerous struggle for survival in a far-flung community.
In this case, Josh and his crew travelled to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana to tell the story a young man's path back to his Native American roots, via tragedy. Like the Not Giving In video and other examples of his work, Josh Cole takes you into a very harsh world, shows bad things happening - and why - but it also reaches for the stars. Superb.
|Production Company||Les Espoirs|
|Associate Producer||Jake Bowers|
|Line Producer||Allison Whitmer|
|Director of Photography||Luke Jacobs (DoP)|
|Other credits||Octocopter: James Lambeth And Noel Lucas Post Sounds Assistant: Gaz Steel Assistant Editors: Edward Cooper, Katherine Janes And Naman Ali. Edit Producer: Polly Kemp Special thanks to the Blackfeet Lands Department, Blackfeet Housing, Blackfeet Boxing Club, Browning Video, Roxanne Demarce, Jimmy St. Goddard, Joe Croff and Feather Still Smoking. Also thanks to Tom Wadsworth @ Aerobotix for the amazing rig and Film Scape Media for the lenses.|
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