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Findlay Brown 'Ride Into The Sun' by Anthony Dickenson
Anthony Dickenson has delivered this suitably atmospheric video for Findlay Brown's Ride Into The Sun from his upcoming third studio album, Slow Light. The nostalgic, grainy visual plays out like a time-capsule from another time, with the forlorn singer singing his song among flares of overexposed film and bits of refracted light.
In regards to the video's look and feel, Dickenson told Interview Magazine, "the heat that envelops Findlay had to feel real; it had to come from light overexposing film and not a post effect. We chose 16mm over 35mm for the raw quality. All of the elements you see in this piece were created in the camera—cut glass and long exposure techniques were used as layers to burn through the film."
|Production Company||Walter Pictures|
|Director of Photography||Michael Belcher|
|Grading company||Studio RM|
|Post production company||Time Based Arts|
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