Max Luz and co-director George Barnett has created an impressionistic performance video for These New Puritans' haunting Where The Trees Are On Fire.
Evvol 'Four Steps From Home' by Max Luz
Max Luz has directed this moody promo for Four Steps From Home by Evvol, that focusses on the troubled yet passionate relationship between two young women.
The clip is frantic yet ambiguous, featuring dark, emotive shots that generate a melancholic atmosphere, and allow the viewer to piece together the narrative. Shot in Berlin, with additional footage shot in Costa Rica, the piece "catalogs the things we do when all we know is pulled from under our feet, and the pilgrimage we undertake to return home."
|Production Company||Bonnie Pictures Gmbh|
|Production Manager||Corinne Ahrens|
|Director of Photography||Max Luz|
|Focus Puller||Tim Peters|
|2nd AC||Tom Zylla|
|Lead actor||V, Tanya De Souza-meally, Dominik Wojcik|
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