After four outstanding videos highlighting the talents of a diverse range of dance performers, here's the fifth and final part of the collaboration between Oliver Hadlee Pearch and …
Jungle 'Time' by Oliver Hadlee Pearch
Oliver Hadlee Pearch continues his acclaimed series of music videos for Jungle that follow a distinctive theme... First there was the precocious kid in Platoon, then the roller-skating brothers in The Heat, then the diverse troupe in Busy Earnin'...
But now it's a couple of older guys to show the youngsters how its done. Suitably for the song called Time, two gents of the old school - Brett Jones and Earth G - are moved by Jungle's funk to show off their moves, in the deserted East End boxing arena York Hall.
Joyful, uplifting stuff - with excellent choreography by the in-demand Holly Blakey.
|Director||Oliver Hadlee Pearch|
|Production Company||Colonel Blimp|
|Executive Producer||Nathan James Tettey|
|Production Manager||Beatrice Warren|
|1st AD||Grant Sandy Phillips|
|Director of Photography||Ben Fordesman|
|Focus Puller||David Agha Rafei|
|2nd AC||Louis Spanswick|
|Art Director||Lucie Red|
|Art Department Assistant||Charlie Whiteway|
|Art Department Assistant||Orlando Pedretti|
|Asst stylist||Becky Stone|
|Casting director||Leanne Flinn|
|Lead actor||Brett Jones|
|Lead actor||Earth G|
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