James Vincent McMorrow 'Get Low' by David M. Helman
David M. Helman collaborates again with James Vincent McMorrow on this moody, subtle character study.
Shot in black and white with a 4:3 aspect ratio – excellent work by DoP Dustin Lane – the clip takes a dark turn early on when the protagonist takes a huge fall whilst skating. From there onwards the video studies the young inner-city friend group whilst this brooding pain (both physical and metaphorical) hangs overhead. Subtle low rumbling murmurs of sound design enhance the darker moments of this clip.
|Director||David M. Helman|
|Production Company||Partizan Darkroom|
|Executive Producer||Laura Jones|
|Director of Photography||Dustin Lane|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|VFX||Pomp & Clout|
|Director's Representation||Partizan Darkroom|
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