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Jimmy Brown - 27th Nov 2014

In this two-part story, Eoin Glaister beautifully documents the relationship between two youngsters for the first releases by Lake District duo Aquilo, I Gave It All and Losing You. 


"My interpretation of the song tells a coming-of-age story about the loss of innocence. How things could have been different if the lead protagonist had pursued a relationship with her best friend instead of his older, cooler brother, and her coming to terms with this".


DirectorEoin Glaister
ProducerDouglas Cox
ProducerLee Cameron
1st ADPeter Bromfield
Director of PhotographyJoe Mannion
Focus PullerJack Reynolds
2nd ACFrankie Sharpe
Art DirectorDale Slater
WardrobeTobi Rose Milward
HairAnna Inglis Hall
Make-upAnna Inglis Hall
EditorJoe Mannion
ColouristMarty McMullan
Grading companyRushes
Lead actorMadeline Duggan, Tom Cawte, Lewis Vernon
SteadicamBen Marshall
RunnerDaniel Hawkins
DriverMykel Williams
CastingAnna Kennedy Casting
Special ThanksAnna & Rachel
BTS PhotographerDaniel Hawkins
Director's RepresentationOB Management
LabelIsland Records
CommissionerNatalia Maus

Jimmy Brown - 27th Nov 2014

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