Foals 'What Went Down' by Niall O'Brian
To describe Niall O'Brian's video for Foals' What Went Down as intense is something of an understatement.
It stages two high-octane scenes - the first sees a girl swimming ahead of two others, the second features a grim bare-chested man, and a fearsome dog - in which the tension is ratched up, slowly but surely, and pretty much unbearable - and offers up a hell of a final twist.
And on top of that, it also features a performance by the band - and in particular by frontman Yannis Phillipakis - which can only be described as frenzied. Quite remarkable - and captured for posterity on beautiful 16mm film by DoP Lukasz Zal. Fasten your seatbelts...
|Director of Photography||Lukasz Zal|
|Art Director||Kasja Soderlund|
|Underwater Camera Op||Aleksander Palasinki|
|Local Production Company||Radioaktive Films|
|Local Producer||Tanya Solokova|
|Local Producer||Iryna Nepomenko|
|Editing company||The Assembly Rooms|
|Post Producer||Cat Scott|
|Post production company||The Mill|
|Lead Animator||Gareth Brannan|
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