Award-winning British director Dawn Shadforth has signed to Somesuch for music videos and commercials.
Hurts 'Lights' by Dawn Shadforth
There's love and there's some blood on the dancefloor in Dawn Shadforth's marvellous video for Hurts' Lights - a nightclub odyssey where chemistry explodes utterly believeably between two strangers – the man, played by Theo Hutchcraft (definitely out of his usual ice-cool persona mode), and the feisty girl. And that's just for starters.
It's a wonderful mix of gritty British drama and fantasy – Hutchcraft is a revelation, great bullfighter styling by Alex Noble, and edit by Dom Leung - and its thrillingly photographed by Robbie Ryan.
|Production Company||Sonny London|
|Director of Photography||Robbie Ryan|
|Fight Co-ordinator||Ian Kay|
|Fight Co-ordinator||Marvin Campbell|
|Art Director||Mark Connell|
|Art Director||Scott Parish|
|Editing company||Trim Editing|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Sound design||Patch Rowland|
|Post FX||Coffee & TV|
|Other credits||Track Remix : Dominic Leung & Dawn Shadforh|
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