Drenge 'Running Wild' by Ed Lovelace
Following up the nihilistic violence of We Can Do What We Want, Ed Lovelace of D.A.R.Y.L is back with Drenge for Running Wild. And this video investigates the world the Loveless brothers left behind in rural Derbyshire when they became a globetrotting rock band.
It's a short doc about Derbyshire farming family The Richardsons, an unvarnished portrait of their generations-long struggle on the land. And as animals are herded into barns to experience an unseen fate, there's an underlying theme of everyday brutality.
Beautifully photographed by Patrick Meller - shooting on 35mm anamorphic, in keeping with the organic aesthetic of the video’s narrative – Ed Lovelace was inspired by the the rural way of life depicted in Gideon Kopperls' Sleep Furiously, Michelangelo Frammartino's Le Quattro Volte and Ermanno Olmi's The Tree of Wooden Clogs. And he also draws on the experience of making critically acclaimed documentaries with his D.A.R.Y.L partner James Hall, including Werewolves Across America, Katy Perry’s Part of Me and most recently, The Possibilities Are Endless, about Edwyn Collins.
|Executive Producer||Zak Razvi|
|Production Manager||Jess Colquhon|
|Production Assistant||Suzie Fownes|
|Director of Photography||Patrick Meller|
|1st AC||Joel Honeywell|
|Clapper Loader||Lydia Stott|
|Editing company||Ten Three|
|Post Producer||Claire Toms|
|Cast||The Richardson Family|
|Sound design||Joe Mount @ Wave Studios|
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