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Georgie 'Company of Thieves' by James Beale
Why can't we all just get along? James Beale's video for Georgie puts couples at odds in this London flat block.
As if storming out of a flat fresh from an argument, Georgie's wrath here is contagious as she wanders the grounds spreading anger in the night air. It seems wherever she goes there's drama. Beale here lets all the action play out in the background whilst keeping the focus on Georgie. Forcing the viewer to look around the frame and catch the glimpses of as many stories as they can before the song is over.
|Production Company||Colonel Blimp|
|Head of Music Video||Richard Grewe|
|Production Manager||Jack Bingham|
|Production Assistant||Abi Jones|
|1st AD||Kerry Green|
|Director of Photography||Jack Wilkinson|
|Focus Puller||Adam Feeney|
|Other credits||Art Director: Daisy Azis Wardrobe Stylist: Natalie Wilkins Georgie’s Stylist: Coline Bach Make Up Artist: Emma Croft|
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