Favourite Colour: Black (Chris Turner) second video for new artist Alice is a highly stylised performance piece, with an undeniable retro feel, but with its foot still firmly in the 21st …
Corinne Bailey Rae 'Stop Where You Are' by Favourite Colour: Black
Corinne Bailey Rae's has released this powerful video - the second directed by Chris Turner aka Favourite Colour: Black from her anticipated comeback album – for Stop Where You Are.
The video captures a warm, uplifting performance by the singer amongst the cold concrete slates of the Southbank Centre's brutalist buildings. Around her, scenes of human kindness as well as antagonism and conflict play out, inviting us to drop the barriers that we build around ourselves and appreciate those around us, regardless of image, colour, creed or culture.
|Director||Favourite Colour: Black|
|Production Company||Park Village|
|Executive Producer||Joe Walker|
|1st AD||Ed Bellamy|
|Director of Photography||Jason Berman|
|Focus Puller||Jeremy Fusco|
|2nd AC||Roland Phillips|
|Editing company||The Quarry|
|Grading company||Raised By Wolves|
|Director's Representation||Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates|
|Other credits||Phantom Tech: Stephen Price at Love High Speed Electrician: Dom Aronin 2nd Camera Unit: Xiao-Wei Lu Playback: Baines Baker Choreographer: Aicha McKenzie @ AMCK Stylist: Aldene Johnson Hair & Make Up (Extras): Paula Valencia Runner: Toby Jones Flame: Jon Hollis @ Raised By Wolves|
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