The Fratellis 'Baby Don't You Lie To Me' by Libby Burke Wilde
Libby Burke Wilde directed this energetic performance video for The Fratellis' Baby Don't You Lie To Me. Matching The Fratellis’ style with a suitably theatrical location was key according to Wilde, who chose Bush Hall for its crushed red velvet curtains and old chandeliers.
Except for the opening shot, the rest of the video is all one shot, which we were informed is a tricky business to pull off, especially when the follow focus breaks at the last minute! Libby and her team clearly overcame the challenges however, delivering a watchable performance video that feels like you were invited to your mates' rehearsal.
|Director||Libby Burke Wilde|
|Production Manager||Natalie Taylor|
|1st AD||Joe Starrs|
|Director of Photography||Vanessa Whyte|
|Focus Puller||Christian Swain|
|2nd AC||Sean Mcdermott|
|Grading company||The Farm Group|
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