Devonté Hynes & Neneh Cherry 'He, She, Me' by Kathryn Ferguson & Alex Turvey
Merging fashion film and music video, this piece for Devonté Hynes and Neneh Cherry's track He, She, Me is directed by Kathryn Ferguson and Alex Turvey - now 'resident film directors' at Selfridges department store – choreographed by Ryan Heffington, photographed by Jake Scott, with a substantial cast led by actor and model Hari Nef.
It comprises a single dramatically-lit shot of highly expressive dancing by a spirited, andgrogynous cast who are all styled in 'agender' brands available at Selfridges – including Nicopanda, V Files, Yang Li x Genesis P-Orridge, Bodymap and Rad Hourani.
"The film is an evolving journey through a subtle push and pull between masculinity and femininity, captured entirely in one unbroken shot, utilising in-camera effects in a world populated by out-scaled physical props inspired by Faye Toogood's in store realisation of Agender.
"This film has come at a time when important conversations about gender fluidity and non-binary ways of being are finally getting a lot of attention."
|Executive Producer||Jamie Clark|
|Executive Producer||Shabana Mansuri|
|Production Manager||Scarlet Wallis|
|1st AD||Jai Lusser|
|Director of Photography||Jake Scott|
|Focus Puller||Ahmet Husseyin|
|2nd AC||Nick Ball|
|Art Director||James Hamilton|
|Grading company||Smoke and Mirrors|
|Post production company||Smoke and Mirrors|
|Post Producer||Andrew Salem|
|Lead actor||Featuring Hari Nef|
|Label||Publishing Companies Limited (prs) |neneh Cherry Licensed Courtesy Of The Cherry Bear Organisation|
|Other credits||Associate Producer: Kathryn Ferguson Associate Producer: Alex Turvey Choreographer's assistant: Naomi Weijand Lead dancers: Benjamin Milan, Gianna Gi, Stephanie Sits, Kaner Scott, Imma Mess, Ross Sands, Remi Black, Dominant, Antonio Lopez, Harriet Coleman, Aida Becheam, Alex Bruni, Alejandro Villa Duran, Red Mcgeachy, Sara Arnesen, Le Fil, Emman De Batista, Jenkin Van Zyl, Reba Maybury Selfridges Agender staff: Lily S Horvath, Matthew Maldoror, Nick Fitzpatrick|
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