David Knight - 23rd Feb 2016

Here's a cautionary tale about misbehaving in a chicken shop, with Rizzle Kicks' Jordan Stephens playing the unpleasant customer who gets his comeuppance, in this very entertaining video for The Last Skeptik's Splinters.

Which involved making a very large version of those ubiquitous fried chicken boxes - one of several pleasures to be had in the video directed by George Allen - including Corin Douieb (aka Skeptik) and Himanshu 'heems' Suri as the quietly vengeful staff, and a dance routine by human nuggets, and a final shot that'll make you think twice the next time you're about to sink your teeth into that fried chicken breast...


DirectorGeorge Allen
ProducerGeorge Allen
Production ManagerJoe Bowler
1st ADJimmy Dunne
Director of PhotographyOliver Ford
2nd ACRamsey Assabagh
GafferSal Gomez-lopez
Art DirectorNathan Stuart
Art DirectorGeorge Allen
HairSinead Crompton
Make-upSinead Crompton
EditorDylan Johansson
ColouristAdam Clarke
Post production companyAbsolute Post
Post ProducerJosh King
ChoreographerRosie Bretherton
Other creditsChicken Shop Worker 1: The Last Skeptik Chicken Shop Worker 2: Himanshu 'heems' Suri Chicken Shop Girl 1: Amelia Holder Flame Artist: Chris TOBIN Dancers: Lucy Andic, Sophie Bushnell, Hannah Cable, Tash Holway, Sarah Kace, Imogen Mercer, Daisy Tait, Karen Walker Head Carpenter: Jamie Bradley Propmakers: Joe Bowler, Max Beilby, Toby Dalton, Harry Holmes, Dimal Luta Story Artist: Nathan Stuart Runners: Drin Luta, Nima Shahmalekpur, Patrick Townsin, Kit Venning Titles :Jordan Randhawa Credits : George Allen & Rakeem Russell Special Thanks To Jeremy Goold & Josh King

David Knight - 23rd Feb 2016

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