Oliver Murray brings a little of the UK's colder months to the visuals of singer-songwriter Lewis Watson in an atmospheric performance promo. Beginning in an autumnal room flourishing with …
Midlake 'The Old & The Young' by Oliver Murray
A grizzled and grumpy hermit played by Jon Campling, holed up in a caravan, finds a reason to live again – thanks to an act of kindness by a teenager – in Oliver Murray's uplifting video for Midlake's The Old & The Young.
And it also offers a delightful glimpse of English countryside in summer, rather than underwater, with sterling work by DoP Jim Jolliffe and the steadicam of Rick Woollard.
|Production Company||Melon Head|
|Director of Photography||Jim Jolliffe|
|Focus Puller||Joe Wright|
|Production designer||Richard Murray|
|Post production company||The Mill|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Lead actor||Jon Campling|
|Lead actor||Oscar Pritchard|
|Lead actor||Ben Mummery|
|Other credits||Thanks: Movie Tech and Focus 24|
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