Giraffage & Viceroy's track Impression of You has been paired with this humorous video by Ben Parkin, describing a phenomenon that the tinder generation knows all about.
Lovelace 'Fathers And Sons' by Ben Parkin
The first collaborative project between musician Rebecca Whitbread (aka Lovelace) and filmmaker Ben Parkin has produced an excellent video for the track Fathers And Sons.
It follows the progress of two boys as they ramble across Dartmoor, and the dynamic of a febrile sibling relationship (the boys are played by two brothers, Gabe and Mylo Sermon) is played out convincingly. But then the drama as the pair become unattached is resolved in surprising, very satisfying fashion.
"'Fathers and Sons was shot on the same price as a suburban single room for a month with borrowed kit and a hard as nails cast and crew. [We had] Local Dartmoor casting in Berlin via Skype, Tic bites aplenty, mountains of mosquito bites, lurking leeches, adder season, full moons, flying cow pats and edit notes via word documents across Europe.
"The video interprets the songs true story about an ex-lover who ran away to the woods for several weeks to try and make sense of a family tragedy. It was a privilege to work with the two great actors, brothers Gabe and Mylo Sermon, to make a story that is one part believable and one part fantasy; itself an attempt to colour the psychology of the song's source story."
|Art Director||Nerida Ackland, Bethan Highgate-betts|
|1st AD||David Francis Williams|
|Director of Photography||Corrie Warburton|
|2nd AC||Craig Whyte, Jim Elton, Tom Menary, Luke Jeffrey, James Mccoll, Leigh Hicken|
|Wardrobe||Rebecca Whitbread, Nerida Ackland|
|Editing company||Work Post|
|Grading company||Crystal Light|
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