David Knight - 29th Jan 2016

A very ambitious but well-structured and ultimately moving essay on the nature of human behaviour, no less, for Odesza's It's Only, directed by Dan Brown. 

It's a series of vignettes that represent defining moments in history - and where man's capacity for violence is about to be exercised. Or so it seems.

The Seattle-based director shows a particular talent for capturing these historical moments with economy, style and grace. He's also done something like this before - the more contained but similarly powerful video for Handfed's Above The Sea... 

Credits

DirectorDan Brown
ProducerZack Tupper
1st ADTristan Seniuk
2nd ADVoleak Sip
Director of PhotographyJoel Voelker
Additional PhotographyJustin Henning
Production designerKarl Lefevre
Costume designerLeDawn King
Other creditsAdditional Photography: Justin Henning 1st AC: Canh Nguyen, Ryan Frey, Joel Phillips 2nd AC: Jesse Amorratanasuchad DIT: John Gerard Gaffer: Casey Schmidt, Mike Commins, Ryan Middleton Key Grip: Norm Tumolva, Patrick Levad, Collen Newberry, Mike Wells Swing: Kathryn Goddard, John Behr Set Decorator: Darcey Zoller Special Effects: Stephen Klineburger Fight Choreography: Belton Lubas, Sean Shewey Set Dresser: Ayda Rojhantalab, Nicole Frye, Rachael Swift Key Costumers: Meg Schmitt, Abbie Toomey Hair and Makeup: Jennifer Popochock, Nancy Leonardi, Shawn Shelton Production Assistants: Alex Gamburg, Whitney Veloski, Mary Stafford, Zabia Colovos, Shaun Libman, Chris Bunker, Issiah Harris, Nick Bentley Editor: Sean Kusanagi, Shawn Fedorchuck, Andy Seaver VFX: Jake Wegesin, Jacob Schroades, Roger Salinas Title Sequence: Christopher Harrell, Michelle Gadeken Colorist: Joel Voelker

David Knight - 29th Jan 2016

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