Lokate 'Flow' by Clemens Habicht
The Notting Hill Carnival is just around the corner, and Clemens Habicht gets us in the mood for the weekend's festivities with an impromptu carnival of his own, for Lokate's Flow.
Clemens has thrown together an odd assortment of characters, and let them loose on London's streets. With costumes inspired by the spirit of carnival - created by Grace Snell – they are transformed, become something else entirely, unhinged and mad, in this wonderfully freaky promo.
|Executive Producer||Sarah Boardman|
|1st AD||Ben Burton|
|Director of Photography||Jack Wilkinson|
|Costume designer||Grace Snell|
|Editing company||Big Buoy|
|Grading company||Okay Studio|
|Other credits||Marquez & Zangs - Choreography|
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