David Knight - 28th July 2016

Hector Dockrill's spare treatment of South London singer RAY BLK’s autobiographical My Hood, where people and scenes loom out of the darkness, serves to focus upon RAY's performance and the reflective lyrical content - and Stormzy's contribution later in the track.

It works well, treading a fine line between realistic and theatrical, and not overstepping the mark as it replicates the essence of growing up in South London.

PRO Credits


DirectorHector Dockrill
ProducerMaurizio Von Trapp
Production CompanyPulse Films
Executive ProducerSarah Boardman
1st ADAndrew Richards
Director of PhotographyAnn Evelin Lawford
Focus PullerEmily-jane Robinson
2nd ACKelly Smith
GafferEsteban Gimpelewicz
Art DirectorElliot Lipley
HairNatasha Abeyie
Make-upMichaela Selway
EditorCharlie Reddie
Editing companyStitch Editing
ColouristJason Wallis
Grading companyElectric Theatre Collective
CommissionerHal Hudson
LabelRay Blk
Executive ProducerRik Green
Other creditsRunners: Andre Adami, Michael Chiedozie, Luke James Steadicam Operator: Grant Sandy Phillips Spark: Ersan Beskardes Nails Technician: Kione Grandison Stylist: Naomi Richardson

David Knight - 28th July 2016

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