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Luke Bather - 19th Jan 2017

Watch in amazement as Oscar Hudson messes with your perceptions in this single-take journey for Bonobo's No Reason - Hudson's first video since joining Pulse Films.

Utilising all practical effects, this incredible video for Bonobo uses forced perspective to shrink down a series of rooms as the camera passes through them, until before you know it the room is barely big enough to fit a hand inside.

Littered with subtle easter eggs relating to Bonobo's latest record, brilliant bits of production design and some fantastic lighting effects, this clip is a real achievement - evoking the playful, surreal feeling of now classic 90s-era Jonze and Gondry videos.

Credits

DirectorOscar Hudson
Production CompanyPulse Films
Director's RepresentationOB Management
Executive ProducerSarah Boardman
ProducerMatt Posner
CommissionerJohn Moule
LabelNinja Tune
Director of PhotographyRuben Woodin-Dechamps
Art DirectorLuke Moran Morris
1st ADDan Smith
1st ACMichael Hobdell
2nd ACGrant Sheridan
DITAshley Hicks
GafferGenki McClure
Set DecoratorSakara Dawson-Marsh
Model makerRobin Crowley
StylistCelestine Healy
Hair & Make-upLaura Wisenger
Hair & Make-upSuzanne Judge
ColouristToby Tomkins
Editing companyCHEAT

Luke Bather - 19th Jan 2017

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