Commissioned for Credit Suisse and the National Gallery, Tell No One shoot a curious yet remarkable English horror short starring Anna Friel and Ed Speleers, featuring canabalism and a touch of …
'Mine All Mine' by Tell No One
Directing duo Tell No One - aka Luke White and Remi Weekes – have pioneered a new stage in fashion film, exploring the possibilities of interactive editorial content (as well as toying with the idea of online shopping) with their 'motion touch-enabled' film Mine All Mine, commissioned by and exclusive on NOWNESS.
The two-minute film stars five Sadler’s Wells dancers engaging in what Tell No One have called “a game of tag with clothes”. At the start, the dancers are clad only in underwear, but as the routine begins and the film progresses, items of designer clothing are introduced (including pieces by Louis Vuitton, Kenzo, Rick Owens, Bottega Veneta, Haider Ackerman and La Perla), instantly shifting from body to body as the dancers connect with each other and part again.
The choreography by Paolo Mangiola is expressive and beautiful but exuberantly unpolished, playing on notions of the online shopper’s acquisitive desire, the elegance of the catwalk, and the down-to-earth rumpus of the playground.
By clicking on the dancers, the environment, and the clothes featured in this motion-touch- enabled film, viewers are able to create a list of links without disrupting the viewing experience.
“The film has a sense of urgency – you have to act fast to click on something you like as within seconds it’s left behind in another shot, the film moving on," say Tell No One. "It feels like a chase...”
|Director||Tell No One|
|Production Company||Good Egg|
|Director of Photography||Ben Fordesman|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Art Director||Benedict Lack|
|Post||Tell No One|
|Executive Producer||John Hassay|
|Art Director||Sam Waters|
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With some excellent image echoing, warping and creative use of shadows, Tell No One totally nail it.
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