Django Django 'First Light (live)' by James Willis
Director James Willis follows up his intimate Denai Moore live sessions by collaborating with indie art house rockers Django Django. Released as part of the band's much anticipated second album Born Under Saturn, he captures Django Django’s complex live set up in a series of smoothly executed one-shots for the tracks First Light, Reflections, Beginning to Fade, and Pause Repeat, photographed by James Rhodes.
Here, First Light gets the one-shot treatment...
|Director of Photography||James Rhodes|
|Focus Puller||Luke Cairns|
|2nd AC||Ben Marshall|
|Grading company||The Farm|
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