The Avalanches 'Because I'm Me' by Greg Brunkalla
Greg Brunkalla's new video for The Avalanches is a '70s New York throwback full of heart and soul, that observes the aesthetics of the movies of the time, then gives it a slight contemporary tweak.
It's all set in one New York subway station, and a boy still barely in his teens - very Michael Jackson, circa 1972 – is trying his very best to win the affections of the incredibly disinterested woman working behind the ticket desk.
With amazing dancing by the boy , a guest appearance by vocalist Cheeba from Camp Lo, and a whole brass section joining the kid to take this grand romantic gesture to the hilt, it seems sure that he must get the ticket booth lady's attention in the end. Right?
|Production Company||Walter Pictures|
|Executive Producer||Jeff Baron|
|Production Manager||Nick Fuller|
|1st AD||Kenton Cummings|
|Director of Photography||Max Goldman|
|Focus Puller||Chris Muller|
|2nd AC||Justin Zverin|
|Gaffer||Haroun Ibn-mock / Josh Matista|
|Art Director||Naomi Munro|
|Hair & Make-up||Isata Allen|
|Hair & Make-up||Tania Bogun|
|Editing company||The Whitehouse|
|Colourist||Damien Van Der Cruyssen|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Post Producer||Nick Crane|
|Production Manager||Macha Tsarenkov|
|Production designer||Sara K White|
|Other credits||Grips: Danyal Niazi / Billy MacCarney Best Boy Grip: Ryan Connell Sound Mixer: Greg Mann LEAD VFX & 3D ARTIST: Sam Mason COMPOSITOR: Amit Chacheck COMPOSITOR: Gil Gavish ADDITIONAL VFX COMPANY: Realmotion SOUND DESIGNER: Alex Fulton SOUND DESIGN COMPANY: Storefront Music|
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