Cat Velez - 8th May 2015

Luke Bellis has directed this performance video of Eliza and The Bear performing Make It On My Own, with plenty of mesmerising slow-motion sequences of the band in the midst of colliding elements, shot at 1000 frames per second.

A true camera tech nerd's dream, and photographed by Dan Stafford-Clark, it was all filmed using the Phantom Flex and a rotating camera rig that was originally made for Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. A fitting choice, as the video concept was based around the band performing in the midst of The Big Bang. 

Credits

WardrobeFrancesca Prudente
DirectorLuke Bellis
Production CompanyMindsEye
Executive ProducerHughie Phillips
1st ADJonathan Sidwell
Director of PhotographyDan Stafford-Clark
Focus PullerSam Riley
GafferTim Jordan
ProducerCarmen Siu
HairAmber Childs
Make-upAmber Childs
EditorLuke Bellis
ColouristJoseph Bicknell
CommissionerAilsa Robertson
LabelCapitol Records
GafferTim Jordan
Other creditsProduction Assistant: Charlie Morrell Phantom Operator: Laura Healey Download Tech: Gavin Overstall Stunt Co-Ordinator: Glenn Marks Special Effects: Alan Senior & James Willis

Cat Velez - 8th May 2015

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