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Rhys Lewis 'Living In The City' by Rafe
Rhys Lewis walks through city streets and sings Living In The City, a meditation on urban living in this visual by MVA award-winner Rafe Jennings - now just known as Rafe.
With a song all about the bittersweet nature of the big city lifestyle, the video combines the artists' performance wandering through the city while fellow-city dwellers from different walks of life express themselves through movement.
By rendering these emotions visible through dance, Rafe blows some life into this introverted struggle and gives a visually expressive dimension to the song.
|Director's Representation||Chloe Page at Lock It In|
|Production Company||Tribe Films|
|Production Manager||Gio Forino|
|Director of Photography||Tristan Chenais|
|Focus Puller||Joel Honeywell|
|2nd AC||Sabina Claici|
|Art Direction||Natasha Carter|
|Other credits||Runner Driver: Callum Oakaby-Wright Runner Driver: Temi Runner: Tino Hapaguti Runner: Kieron Musicka Dancers: Adam Loxely, Dana Blacklake, Ralph Adeniyi, Felicity Lamb, Tom Chapman|
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