Edward John Drake has directed this lovely travelogue style video capturing the forever scenic Las Vegas and its surrounding areas, shot on Super 8mm. It follows a couple of vagabond …
Tommy Trash & Taisun 'IOUE' by Edward John Drake
Writer and director Edward John Drake has delivered this entertaining sci-fi clip for Tommy Trash and Taisun's IOUE, involving a virus-like app that turns people into drone-like beings who are out to convert others and trigger societal collapse
Its quite the doomsday scenario, starting with a young lady swallowing her phone and immediately turning into a cyborg with neon-pink light shining out from her eyes and mouth. She clearly means business, running swiftly along to find her victims - including city workers in suits, street dancers and drunken lad - which she seduces but doesn't manage to convert, funnily enough.
Edward John Drake explains, "iOUE is a cheeky play on how our technology addiction is taking over our sense of identity, and a friendly reminder that we're only a singularity away from the end of the world. "
|Director||Edward John Drake|
|Production Company||Luti Media|
|Executive Producer||Luti Fagbenle|
|Production Manager||Rasheen Donaldson|
|Director of Photography||Darren Miller|
|Lead actor||Justyn Snowball|
|Lead actor||Starring Lauren Hurlbut|
|Director's Representation||Luti Media|
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