Luke Bather - 17th Mar 2017

Mat Whitecross directs an abstract performance for Take That.

Featuring a mass of projections illuminating a dark space, the band perform in front of a gathering of screens, sometimes blending into the visuals and sometimes contrasting them. The end result is an incredibly striking aesthetic work, with lens flares aplenty.

Simple choreography balances out some of the light-show-ticker-tape chaos for a cool balance of movement and spectacle.

PRO Credits


GafferJonathan Spencer
DirectorMat Whitecross
Executive ProducerJamie Clark
Production ManagerImogen Harrison
1st ADSam Le Page
Director of PhotographyChris Ross
Focus PullerDave Churchyard
2nd ACBeau Scott
ProducerThalia Murray
WardrobeSam Carder
Make-upChrystabel Riley
Make-upLiz Taw
ColouristMark Meadows
Grading companySmoke & Mirrors
Post production companyThe Brewery
VFXMarc Knapton

Luke Bather - 17th Mar 2017

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