Blaenavon 'I Will Be The World' by Claes Nordwall
Claes Nordwall follows up his recent video for Parquet Courts' Berlin Got Blurry with this retro-rural wigout from psychedelic rock trio Blaenavon.
It was shot in the band's home village of Liphook, Hampshire – the lake scene was filmed in a secret Buddhist sanctuary – and framed to look like a romantic 18th century painting that was slightly alive, infused with Tarkovsky-like slow zooms.
And it features a dog called Wilf, who apparently was a joy to work with.
|Director of Photography||Saimawn Si-shen|
|Focus Puller||Louis Spanswick|
|Director's Representation||Las Bandas Be Brave|
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