Cat Velez - 9th Aug 2016

Restless and unrestrained, a young rude boy gets up to no good in Hugo Jenkins's video for Lone's drum & bass track, Blacktail Was Heavy. 

The video channels an aggressive, relentless energy from beginning to end, gearing up at the start as the young lad - who has been made to come to school for detention - fidgets with his pencil instead of doing his assignment.

His first encounter is with the kind of person he will undoubtedly become, a brutal, middle-aged gangster keen on showing him how he beats up victims in the boot of his car. And only a pub fight, a destroyed car and a lapdance later, he's all ready to commit his very own atrocities.  


DirectorHugo Jenkins
ProducerCameron Wauchope
ProducerSam Mintz
Production CompanySky Blue Films
1st ADSteven Eniraiyetan
Director of PhotographyRyan Hope
Focus PullerSam Irwin
GafferLee Brinkley
Art DirectorNatasia Stamatari
WardrobeNatasia Stamatari
Make-upLaura Vallejo
EditorLizzy Graham
Editing companyMse
ColouristRichard Fearon
Grading companyMPC
Director's RepresentationMartin Roker at Black Dog Films
SteadicamSimon Wood
Other creditsSpark: Danny Hayward Spark: Gerry Lewer Clapper Loader: Andy Zabala DIT: Hannah Jell Camera Truck Driver: Mike Farrel Runners: Sam Thomas, Daniel Gregson, Will Sullivan, Aidan Scott Colourist Assistant: Rolf Harris

Cat Velez - 9th Aug 2016

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