Cat Velez - 14th July 2015

Marion Dupas's video for Higher by Danish-Zambian artist Kwamie Liv showcases the various stages of a turbulent relationship in a bunk bed building.

It's similar in its continuous vertical ascending movement to Dupas's previous video for Chateau Marmont's Everybody Is Somebody, but differs in every other way, starting with it's unique live-action narrative form. 

With the camera ascending up a neverending bed frame, it allows the viewer to witness each stage of a relationship as it unfolds as if on a continuous loop, from the passionate beginnings right up until the heartbreaking end.

Credits

Editing companyNightshift
DirectorMarion Dupas
Production CompanyCaviar
Production ManagerBen Zorilla
1st ADFabrice Jeandemange
Director of PhotographyKaname Onoyama
WardrobeBéranger Pelc
EditorHugo Lemant
ProducerCeline Roubaud
ColouristMathieu Caplanne
Grading companyNightshift
Post production companyNightshift
Post ProducerPhilippe Joubert
VFXJeff Descoubes
Lead actorIdir Chender
Lead actorAnne-clothilde Rampon
LabelUn Plan Simple

Cat Velez - 14th July 2015

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