David Knight - 12th Feb 2015

Tall Black Cabins – the first single from the new Leisure Society album The Fine Art of Hanging On – explores the struggles of the UK’s single boat fishermen and James Moore headed down to the Sussex coast with DoP Dave Miller to document a day in the life of such a fisherman.

This hard existence of hard toil for terribly scant reward is revealed with a combination of understated honesty and gritty beauty by James Moore - adding this to his portfolio of videos for Full Time Hobby artists, including Tunng's Hustle, and Erland & The Carnival's Quiet Love.

PRO Credits


DirectorJames Moore
Production CompanySpicer&Moore
Director of PhotographyDave Miller
ColouristLewis Crossfield
Grading companyElectric Theatre Collective
LabelFull Time Hobby
Director's RepresentationLock It In

David Knight - 12th Feb 2015

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