David Knight - 11th July 2016

The Benjamin Roberds-directed video for the Atlanta-based Starbenders' Time Stops was shot entirely in an abandoned 1920s train carriage – an appropriately evocative location for the song, and the Atlanta-based band's Stevie Nicks-influenced rock sound.

Roberds, and his team have also exploited the potential of this literal time capsule for both music and dance performance, and an imaginative use of light and dark.   


DirectorBenjamin Roberds
ProducerKatie Gregg
Production CompanyDominar Films
1st ADDiego Kirsch
Director of PhotographyBryan Redding
Make-upRobyn Cason Aka Haus Of Fluff
LabelInstitution Records
Other creditsKey Grip: Allen Rowell Grip: Quinn Potterf 2nd AD: Josh Miller Production Assistants: Caroline Laszcz, Dain Marx

David Knight - 11th July 2016

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