FKA Twigs presents a surprising but nonetheless dazzling performance of her new song Cellophane.
Frank Ocean 'Nikes' by Tyrone Lebon
Tyrone Lebon has created this patchwork of visuals for Frank Ocean's new track Nikes, which sees an enterpretation of the song with snippets of footage in various degrees of filmic quality.
Including grainy handicam clips of casting calls, strippers and parties full of glitter, as well as more composed, considered imagery, the video stages conventional video tropes and then breaks the illusion by revealing their artifice through BTS clips.
Heavy on the neon-tinged nighttime atmospherics, it's a video to accompany an occasionally sparse, evocative track, culminating in a self-immolation sequence where Frank is set on fire...
"I interpreted the song as a stream of Frank’s consciousness - rich with snippets of stories, emotions and ideas," Lebon explains, "The visuals came immediately when I first heard the song - they all follow from the music and Frank’s lyrics."
|Director of Photography||André Chemtoff|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|VFX||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Post Production Executive||Hannah Turnbull-Walter|
|1st AD||George Nelson|
|2nd AD||John Robinson|
|Production Manager||Lana Salfiti|
|Art Director||Ed Quarmby|
|Production designer||David White|
|Director's Assistant||Holly Gore|
|2nd Unit||Deepa Keshvala|
|2nd Unit||Frank Lebon|
|2nd Unit||Hanna Moon|
|2nd Unit||Merlin Massara|
|1st AC||Tim Allan|
|2nd AC||Jenny John Chuan|
|Other credits||Exec Producer: Tash Tan, Tim Nash, Sally Campbell|
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