Honeyblood 'Sea Hearts' by Thomas James
Following on from Thomas James's MVA-winning video for Ready For The Magic, featuring a gang of feral young girls, his next collaboration with Scottish pop-punk duo Honeyblood features another deceptively deadly female. It's the Season of the Witch.
Emerging from the sea's murky depths in the guise of a beautiful woman - the Sea Witch of myth and lore claims her first victim on the beach before making her way to a house party, where Honeyblood just so happen to be the entertainment. It's a low-key masquerade ball in a house awash with blue and purple light, where the sea witch's true hideous appearance begins to be revealed to the viewer.
Of course, as any good fable-cum-horror story, the Sea Witch ensnares a victim to lure back to the beach, and then to the ocean floor... Darkly comic, weird and fun.
|Executive Producer||Katie Dolan|
|1st AD||Wayne Bentley|
|Director of Photography||Ben Wearing|
|Director's Representation||Martin Roker|
|Production designer||Zoe Klinck|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Danny Mousey Production Assistant: Hayder Hoozeer Focus Puller: Ruth Woodside Focus Puller: Eate Eccarius Clapper Loader: Milo Brown Gaffer: Ryan Monteith Spark: Callum Crisell Spark: Gwenaelle Trannoy Art Department: Rowan Wrigley Art Department: Amanda Ashley SFX Make Up: Aimee Garner Make Up Designer: Jess Summer Make Up Artist: Annie Botta Make Up Artist: Francesca Ingram Stylist Assistant: Lily Vetch Sound Recordist: Matt Smyth Sound Designer: Ryan Lee Twyman Rotoscoping And Paint Work: ABVFX VFX Artist: Lev Bravo Cast: Romany Henry, Janina Clark, Albert De Jongh, Catriona Stirling & Ryan Spong A Black Dog Production Funded In Part By The National Lottery Through Creative Scotland|
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